Here’s the relevant section of my
dependencies: # For some unknown reason the default bundle install command _seemed_ to be # successfully installing everything, including jbundler, but then # `jbundle install` would fail because `jbundle` couldn’t be found. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ # # It seems like maybe this simple invocation of `bundle install` doesn’t # utilize CircleCI’s caching facilities, which slows down the builds. # So TODO: either remove this override and fix the problem with jbundler, or # modify the `bundle install` command to utilize the cache. override: - bundle install post: - jbundle install
As described in the comment, even though my
jbundler and the output of the inferred
bundle install step shows that it installed JBundler, my custom command
jbundle install fails because
jbundle can’t be found.
This works just fine on my Mac and on a few of my Ubuntu servers.
Anyone have any idea what’s going on here?