Just sharing this here as this messed up our build pipeline, and maybe someone will notice it before it messes up theirs.
If you’re using
turbo-rails 7.1.1, that gem has been yanked, and you should “upgrade” to 0.8.2 or higher. See Revert to 0.8.2 (bumping the version to 7.1.1 happened in error, conf… · hotwired/turbo-rails@31e19cb · GitHub
My Gemfile.lock has
turbo-rails (7.1.1) after running
bundle update with Gemfile having
gem "turbo-rails", ">= 0.8.2"
Not relying on Turbo is a small toy app, so not important I get this right; but curious of how this should be handled.
gem uninstall turbo-rails. Choose all versions. This will clear any cached copies of the gem from your local machine, which would be confusing bundler. Once you’ve done that, just a
bundle install should fix you up.
Also had to delete
Gemfile.lock but now good. Thank you ghiculescu