Twiddle-waka way of specifying gem versions in Gemfile for a rails application.

Submitted by Ratnadeep Deshmane 2011-10-08 18:21:53 UTC
Source:  http://rtdptech.com/2011/09/specifying-gem-versions-in-gemfile-for-rails-application/

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