Since the users of the droplets will not have any gems installed, they need to be unpacked and added to your project:
gem unpack NAME
Be sure to do this for all dependencies of the given gem(s). Bundler helps quite a bit in figuring out what those are (e.g.
bundle package), however
bundle package provides you the
.gem files and not the actual ruby scripts, so I use
Next, put the unpacked gems within your project, e.g.
vendor/gems and add this to your script:
Dir.glob(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), "vendor", "gems", "*", "lib")).each do |lib|
I do NOT require rubygems in these scripts, however if you will be doing this, or you suspect a gem might be doing this, you’ll want to prepare in advance, with a slight mod to the above: