bundle outdated [GEM] [--local] [--pre] [--source] [--strict] [--parseable | --porcelain] [--group=GROUP] [--groups] [--update-strict] [--patch|--minor|--major] [--filter-major] [--filter-minor] [--filter-patch] [--only-explicit]
Outdated lists the names and versions of gems that have a newer version available in the given source. Calling outdated with [GEM [GEM]] will only check for newer versions of the given gems. Prerelease gems are ignored by default. If your gems are up to date, Bundler will exit with a status of 0. Otherwise, it will exit 1.
Do not attempt to fetch gems remotely and use the gem cache instead.
Check for newer pre-release gems.
Check against a specific source.
Only list newer versions allowed by your Gemfile requirements.
- --parseable, --porcelain
Use minimal formatting for more parseable output.
List gems from a specific group.
List gems organized by groups.
Strict conservative resolution, do not allow any gem to be updated past latest --patch | --minor| --major.
Prefer updating only to next minor version.
Prefer updating to next major version (default).
Prefer updating only to next patch version.
Only list major newer versions.
Only list minor newer versions.
Only list patch newer versions.
Only list gems specified in your Gemfile, not their dependencies.
Patch Level Options
See bundle update(1) bundle-update.1.html for details.
One difference between the patch level options in bundle update and here is the --strict option. --strict was already an option on outdated before the patch level options were added. --strict wasn´t altered, and the --update-strict option on outdated reflects what --strict does on bundle update.
The 3 filtering options do not affect the resolution of versions, merely what versions are shown in the output.
If the regular output shows the following:
* faker (newest 1.6.6, installed 1.6.5, requested ~> 1.4) in groups "development, test" * hashie (newest 3.4.6, installed 1.2.0, requested = 1.2.0) in groups "default" * headless (newest 2.3.1, installed 2.2.3) in groups "test"
--filter-major would only show:
* hashie (newest 3.4.6, installed 1.2.0, requested = 1.2.0) in groups "default"
--filter-minor would only show:
* headless (newest 2.3.1, installed 2.2.3) in groups "test"
--filter-patch would only show:
* faker (newest 1.6.6, installed 1.6.5, requested ~> 1.4) in groups "development, test"
Filter options can be combined. --filter-minor and --filter-patch would show:
* faker (newest 1.6.6, installed 1.6.5, requested ~> 1.4) in groups "development, test" * headless (newest 2.3.1, installed 2.2.3) in groups "test"
Combining all three filter options would be the same result as providing none of them.