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    • Mike McQuaid's avatar
      cache_store: handle corrupt DBM database. · a11fe57c
      Mike McQuaid authored
      When the DBM database cannot be read by the current version of Ruby's
      DBM library (due to corruption or another incompatibility) it segfaults
      or freezes which takes down the entire Homebrew Ruby process.
      
      This isn't desirable so instead perform a shell out with the Homebrew
      Ruby to see if it can read the DBM database before we try to use the
      information. If this hangs or crashes: silently delete the database and
      recreate it.
      a11fe57c
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    • Mike McQuaid's avatar
      Use Bundler to manage vendor directory · d7eca0b5
      Mike McQuaid authored
      Rather than having to manually keep track of what version each thing in
      here is and copy files around by hand on update let's use Bundler's
      standalone mode and careful use of `.gitignore` to help us do it.
      
      This means a `bundle update --standalone` will allow us to update all
      gems in vendor.
      
      We could consider vendoring other gems this way in future but I'd
      suggest only doing this for gems with no dependencies or at least gems
      with no native extensions. The only gem this applies to that we
      currently use is `ruby-prof` and I'm not convinced it's widely used
      enough to warrant vendoring for everyone. Perhaps that's another
      criteria: it should be functionality that's used by non-developer
      commands and/or normal Homebrew usage.
      d7eca0b5
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