Skip to content
Browse files

Show how to update the list of available Ruby versions

It wasn't clear how to update the list of installable Ruby versions after installing rbenv from Git. This is a bit confusing for people who use rbenv to run third party Ruby apps rather than write their own and are less likely to know/care about the distinction between `rbenv` and `ruby-build`. I hadn't touched it for about 2 years and totally forgot that I'd need to manually update ruby-build.

Alternatively, it might be better to make ruby-build a git submodule.
  • Loading branch information
DestyNova committed Sep 26, 2019
1 parent 4e92322 commit 8ebf08836000378d4c25d091abac600d8266aa26
Showing with 10 additions and 0 deletions.
  1. +10 −0
@@ -43,6 +43,7 @@ RVM?**](
* [Upgrading with Homebrew](#upgrading-with-homebrew)
* [Basic GitHub Checkout](#basic-github-checkout)
* [Upgrading with Git](#upgrading-with-git)
* [Updating the list of available Ruby versions](#updating-the-list-of-available-ruby-versions)
* [How rbenv hooks into your shell](#how-rbenv-hooks-into-your-shell)
* [Installing Ruby versions](#installing-ruby-versions)
* [Installing Ruby gems](#installing-ruby-gems)
@@ -289,6 +290,15 @@ $ cd ~/.rbenv
$ git pull
#### Updating the list of available Ruby versions
If you're using the `rbenv install` command, then the list of available Ruby versions is not automatically updated when pulling from the rbenv repo. To do this manually:
$ cd ~/.rbenv/plugins/ruby-build
$ git pull
### How rbenv hooks into your shell
Skip this section unless you must know what every line in your shell

0 comments on commit 8ebf088

Please sign in to comment.
You can’t perform that action at this time.