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Package Management for Debian packages with Bundler.

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What are Debian packages?

Debian is a free operating system ( OS ) for your computer. An operating system is the set of basic programs and utilities that make your computer run. Debian uses the Linux kernel (the core of an OS) along with thousands of software packages (also called 'packages') that are each distributed in a separate file. The packages contain the program code that does all the work, and are connected to each other in what is called a package dependency hierarchy . Each package depends on some smaller package or packages, which in turn depend on even smaller packages, and so on.


What is Bundler?

Bundler is a gem that helps you manage an application's gem dependencies. It works by installing all gems required for your application in your project's bundler environment. The default behavior is to bundle gems into a vendor/bundle directory within your app. There are many ways to customize the way gems are installed using Bundler. For example, you can install gems directly into your app, but keep them up-to-date with Bundler by changing your bundle specification. This may be useful if you want to share the same Gemfile between projects, but also wanted some flexibility on where certain gems are installed or store

Package Management for Debian packages on Bundler with packagecloud

If you’re looking to manage Debian packages on Bundler, you can use packagecloud to handle all of your package management. Packagecloud works with all kinds of packages, not only Debian packages. With packagecloud you can manage all of your packages from various OS’s, languages, and more. Always trust that your packages will be secure when you publish your Debian packages on Bundler via packagecloud.

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