After I updated my pod to latest version of diaspora (doesn’t matter production or developer) according to this manual, when I started diaspora.target I found this error: “can’t find executable unicorn for gem unicorn. unicorn is not currently included in the bundle, perhaps you meant to add it to your Gemfile?”
As far as I understand, the developers abandoned unicorn and now the commands described here do not work?
Well, it does matter. You upgraded your installation to the latest develop sources, not the latest stable release. The develop branch contains a bunch of unreleased changes - and our official documentation only covers the currently release stable code.
If you don’t run your pod with script/server, you have to update your setup. If you previously called bin/bundle exec unicorn -c config/unicorn.rb to run diaspora*, you now have to run bin/puma -C config/puma.rb! Please update your systemd-Units or similar accordingly.
Yes, I know this. I meant, that the same error I saw when updated both a developer version and a production (git fetch origin && git reset --hard origin/master && git checkout Gemfile.lock).
Yes, as far as I know, this is the only way to use the mobile client “insporation*”. My pod is over 3 years old and was originally set up as production code. Up to this moment, I always had enough of the standard manual for updating to a new minor versions, now I will check the Changelog. Thanks again!