We are using RVM for managing Ruby installations and environments.
Usually we are using this
#!/bin/bash if [ ! -e '.version' ]; then VERSION=`pwd | sed 's/[a-z/-]//g'` echo $VERSION > .version rvm gemset create $VERSION fi VERSION=`cat .version` rvm use 1.9.2@$VERSION
This script forces RVM to create new gem environment for each our project/version.
But each time we was deploying new version RVM asks us to confirm new
cd to this directory first time, we are getting something like:
=============================================================== = NOTICE: = =============================================================== = RVM has encountered a not yet trusted .rvmrc file in the = = current working directory which may contain nasty code. = = = = Examine the contents of this file to be sure the contents = = are good before trusting it! = = = = Press 'q' to exit the reader when finished reading the file = =============================================================== (press enter to continue when ready)
This is not as bad for development environments, but with auto deploy it require to manually confirm each new version on each server.
Is it possible to skip this confirmation?