Should capistrano be in my Gemfile?

Currently I have capistrano in my Gemfile and when I deploy I do

bundle exec cap deploy

I run several rails apps on a single server and their Gemfiles may
differ over time resulting in several installs of capistrano.

I'm wondering if I should just leave capistrano out of the gemfile and
install it with gem install (like bundler).

Is there a best practice here? I can argue both sides :wink:

Tony

In Gemfile you can mention as

group :deployment do
  gem 'capistrano'
  gem 'capistrano-ext'
end

So it wont create any issues on server.

-Hari