No such file or directory – git ls-files

So. I know I’ve asked this before with a previous question regarding this. But it seems that after I’ve solved the issue with attempting to bundle update in GitBash by adding the Git load path to Windows’ environmental variables, I seem to now run into the same issue with RubyMine and trying to run a bundle update.

Long story short, I try to run a bundle install or bundle update with “gemspec” in my Gemfile and I run into this error:

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    Change the path to one without spaces. (i.e. “Program Files” causes problems when using bundler, at least for me it did, in Windows).

    Sorry I can’t post comments on your question, otherwise I would have posted that there.

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.