Automation of building binary rubies for RVM.
Included virtual machines are also helpful in manually testing and debugging RVM behaviour on different environments.
This setup can run on any version of Linux, macOS or Windows supported by the tools listed below:
If you don't have above tools already installed you should start from installing them manually or follow step by step instruction below.
macOS with Homebrew
brew cask install virtualbox brew cask install vagrant
Additionally you might want to install Vagrant Manager, which helps you manage all your virtual machines in one place directly from the menubar.
brew cask install vagrant-manager
./run list- List available images
./run <image>- Run single image build
./run [all]- Run build on all images, one by one
./run binaries- List all build rubies
It is possible to define which ruby should be build:
RUBY_VERSIONS="ruby-1.9.3-p327" vagrant up arch_20120702_64bit
Output of the build will be available in
Only MRI 1.9.3-p125+ is supported:
- rubinius provides binaries here: http://binaries.rubini.us/
- jruby provides binaries here: http://jruby.org.s3.amazonaws.com/
- ree is based on 1.8.7 so it is not supported
That said - feel free to build any binary ruby for yourself, just be careful publishing it, make sure to include information in what path it should be installed (relevant for MRI 1.8.7 / REE).
To speed up rvm installation for every machine do a local checkout of rvm source:
git clone --depth 0 https://github.com/wayneeseguin/rvm.git rvm-src
Or from local project:
git clone ~/projects/rvm/rvm rvm-src
Make sure to update it before running builds.