[EN] <%= link_to "bundle", "update" %> - Make "bundle update" more fun to review

In modern development environment, developers use pull requests to review all changes of code. "bundle update" generates diff of Gemfile.lock, so why not review it on pull request as well?

I want to have better experience around "bundle update". At RubyKaigi 2013 [1], I also shared an idea about "bundle update" and pull request integration. But after that, I noticed another problem: the diff of Gemfile.lock is not easy to review.

In this talk, I will introduce Compare Linker [2], a tool to make GitHub's compare view URL [3] for upgraded and/or downgraded gems from difference of Gemfile.lock.

I will talk about my challenge to make "bundle update" more fun to review. I will show my solution (what I made), motivation (why I needed it) and implementation (how I solved problem).

I also will share my precious findings from this challenge.

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Recorded Video

<%= link_to "bundle", "update" %> - Make "bundle update" more fun to review from rubykaigi on YouTube .

Presentation Material(s)

Kensuke Nagae

Quipper, Ltd.
Job title

Kensuke Nagae is web developer who lives in Tokyo. He works at Quipper, an online education service/platform provider based in London. He loves his cat, wife and reading someone’s code.

Tokyo, Japan