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Problems referencing code in bundled gems

Problems referencing code in bundled gems

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Hello,
I'm working on my first gem and I'm having a problem referencing dependencies. In my gem, I need to reference code from some other custom gems we've developed.
We'll call my Gem "test_company_models". In my test_company_models gem, I need to include PricingExtensions from our test_company_libs Gem.

I'm dynamically requiring my models in my test_company_models.rb this way:

CODE

Dir[File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), '/test_company_models/*.rb')].each do |file|
  # skip previously loaded files to avoid duplicate warnings
  next if File.basename(file, File.extname(file)) == 'version'
  require File.join( File.dirname(__FILE__), "vst_models/#{File.basename(file, File.extname(file))}")
end 

This works fine until I am pulling in a model which references PricingExtensions from the test_company_libs Gem:

CODE

class CartItem < ActiveRecord::Base
  include PricingExtensions 

Which gives me this error:

CODE

uninitialized constant CartItem::PricingExtensions 

I've tried adding the test_company_libs Gem to my Gem in these two ways:


Gemfile:

CODE

gem 'test_company_libs', :git => 'git@github.com:test_company/test_company-libs.git', :require => false 

and in the test_company_models.gemspec:

CODE

spec.add_runtime_dependency "test_company_libs" 

In either case, I get the "uninitialized constant CartItem::PricingExtensions" error.


Any idea as to what I am doing wrong?

Thanks,
Eric

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