RubyInstaller-2.6.0-1 has been released. See the ruby-2.6.0 release post and the the RubyInstaller CHANGELOG for more details. Please note, that many gems are not yet compatible with Ruby-2.6 on Windows. You should therefore stay on 2.5 until 2.6 is well supported, unless you want to contribute and fix remaining issues.2019-01-06 Read full article
RubyInstaller-2.5.3-1 and RubyInstaller-2.4.5-1 are released. These are maintenance releases with bug and security fixes. See ruby-2.4.5 release notes and ruby-2.5.2 release notes. Bundled OpenSSL versions are updated to 1.0.2p and 188.8.131.528-10-21 Read full article
RubyInstaller-2.5.1-2 and RubyInstaller-2.4.4-2 are released.
These maintenance releases fix a bug in
ridk install which prevented the download of MSYS2 and update to the MSYS2 installer version 20180531.
More details are provided in the CHANGELOG.
RubyInstaller-2.5.1-1 and RubyInstaller-2.4.4-1 are released. These are maintenance releases with some bug and several security fixes. See ruby-2.4.4 release notes and ruby-2.5.1 release notes. In addition bundled OpenSSL versions are updated to 1.0.2o and 1.1.0h.2018-03-29 Read full article
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RubyInstaller is the easiest and most used Ruby environment on Windows. And Ruby is a great language for beginners as well as professionals. It’s suitable for small scripts as well as large applications. RubyInstaller combines the possibilities of native Windows programs with the rich UNIX toolset of MSYS2 and the large repository of MINGW libraries. It is a great foundation to use Ruby for development and production … Read more
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