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Importantly, just because you’re updating one dependency, it doesn’t mean you want to re-resolve all of your dependencies and use the latest version of everything.
Always make sure you download the latest released version.
UPDATE 2014-12-21: Ruby Gems 1.8.30, 2.0.15, and 2.2.3 have been released.
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(see  below for a larger discussion) In order to avoid this problem, when you update a gem, bundler will not update a dependency of that gem if another gem still depends on it. If bundler needs to update a gem that another gem depends on, it will let you know after the update has completed.
If you want to update every gem in the Gemfile to the latest possible versions, run: and your test suite in your back pocket.
A compiled set of the docs can be viewed online at Ruby Gems also provides a comprehensive set of guides which covers numerous topics such as creating a new gem, security practices and other resources at you unsure of how to use Ruby Gems?
Do you think you've found a bug and you're not sure?See Gem for information on Ruby Gems (or `ri Gem`) To upgrade to the latest Ruby Gems, run: $ gem update --system # you might need to be an administrator or root See for more details and alternative instructions.