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The Ruby and Rails community linklog

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Fast, consistent setup for your Ruby and Rails tools

After you build a few Rails apps, you’ll begin to have some preferred ways of working with them. Maybe you always want to use awesome_print in your Rails consoles. Or you might want rails new to create projects that use rspec instead of minitest. Sure, it’s only a little annoying to have to specify these preferences each time you run a command. But they’re easy to forget. With a few small tweaks, you can have these commands remember your preferences, so you won’t have to.

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