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Getting "-bash: bourbon: command not found" after I installed Bourbon
I've installed Bourbon (the Sass Mixin Library) like this:
sudo gem install bourbon
I then typed
-bash: bourbon: command not found
Chris Shaw26,676 Points
Typically this happens when the
PATH hasn't updated yet, the two easiest ways I've used constantly in the past is as follows.
- Close all the terminal windows and re-open a new one
- or restart your Mac which 99.99% of the time fixes this issue
If it continues to fail you can try running a self update on
gem as it can also be a binding issue where the executable exists but
gem simply hasn't registered it yet.
sudo gem update –system