Get back on track with Ruby on Mac

The fastest, easiest, and most reliable way to set up Ruby on a Mac.

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When you buy Ruby on Mac today, you'll be supporting an independent developer and his family.

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  • One year of updates included. After that, you can optionally buy an additional year of updates for $49, or upgrade to Ultimate for unlimited updates.

  • Run a single command, and get a complete Ruby dev setup in 15 minutes with the following tools:

  • Homebrew, Command Line Tools, chruby, ruby-install, Ruby 3.2.1 and 3.1.3, Bundler, Cocoapods, Jekyll, Rails, Git, GitHub CLI, Heroku CLI, Node, Nodenv, Postgres, Redis, Yarn

  • Easily install additional supported Ruby versions (2.7 and greater) with ruby-install

  • If your dev setup is a mess, "reset" mode can safely back up and clean everything up in 1 minute.

  • "rom" alias to easily run the script regularly to keep your dev setup up to date and secure

  • Install gems 4x faster

  • Keeps Rubygems up to date

  • Comprehensive troubleshooting guide

  • Support for fish shell

  • Customize with your own scripts and dev tools

  • Save $5,000+ and 50+ hours by not writing and maintaining 2259 lines of code yourself

  • Support within 24 hours

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  • Everything in Prime + MySQL

  • Unlimited lifetime updates included for a one-time cost of $109.

  • 30-minute consultation for personalized help ($150 value)

  • Access to the private GitHub repo

  • Support for Ruby 2.6.10

  • Install Ruby up to 2x faster than any other tool, and almost 3x faster than Prime

  • Set your preferred Ruby version manager — asdf, chruby, frum, rbenv or rvm

  • Speed up Bignum operations on Apple Silicon by 28x

  • rom CLI to maintain your dev setup and perform common actions. Features are being added regularly.

  • The correct version of OpenSSL is automatically chosen for you depending on the Ruby version

  • Brewfile with hundreds of dev tools, Mac apps, and fonts

  • Support for multiple Brewfiles

  • Easily customize and set macOS preferences

  • Git config setup

  • Clone multiple GitHub repos at once in seconds

  • Fish shell setup

  • Install the latest Ruby versions from the Ruby GitHub repo (for testing purposes)

  • Save $10,000+ and 100+ hours by not writing and maintaining 4200+ lines of code yourself

  • Priority Support

  • Install versions older than Ruby 2.6 on Apple Silicon (coming soon)

  • Generate a Jekyll/Bridgetown site with Tailwind, ready to deploy to GitHub Pages/Netlify (coming soon)

  • Generate a Rails 7 app ready to deploy to Render or Heroku (coming soon)

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I initially thought Ruby on Mac was expensive, but I wanted to use Ruby to build a site using Jekyll, and I had already spent several hours trying to get it to work, but couldn't. So I bought it, and Ruby on Mac got things working instantly and cleaned up my environment so I could focus on developing.

I love that Ruby on Mac just works, but the main reason I would recommend it to others is Moncef (the creator). I had a couple of extra issues due to the mess I've made playing with different Python environments and flags. Moncef even released a new version within 24 hours to help me.

Michael Rogers

I bought Ruby On Mac for all the reasons really that you outlined in the benefits. I have a project that I am doing using Swift and I wanted to use CocoaPods on an M1 Mac. I was able to get it running with rbenv but it still threw up permission errors now and then. I have a short time to complete the work for my Masters degree so I felt this was certainly worth the cost to get the environment up and running and move on with the project. I really love the automation and the clean up with ROM.

Paul Olphert

Yes Ruby on Mac worked for me. I bought it because when I tried setting up a bare react native project I kept getting Ruby errors probably since Im on M2. Even after following your guide. So I bought ruby on mac, ran reset mode, and it worked.

Rick Wang

It totally worked. Thanks Moncef! I bought it because the last time I tried to get Ruby/Rails set up on new MacBook Pro it turned into a headache and I needed a developer to help me get it all done. I didn't want to bug a developer and with your tool I was able to get up-and-running all by myself. Totally worth the money.

Daniel Burka

Yes, it's a great product. I rarely ever leave reviews or provide feedback on products but I really was delighted with the script. I was attempting to build a site with Jekyll and was getting caught in a rat's nest of errors. I wasn't sure what needed to be done to resolve them and stack overflow posts were more confusing than helpful. Thanks!

Liam Quinn

Just a quick note to say thanks! Struggled for a day trying to get the Flutter development stack to work, which has dependency on cocoapods -> ruby which i have absolutely no interest in, but was causing builds to an iOS app to fail.

Your script worked as advertised and 15 minutes later i was deploying to iOS devices.

Robin Puthli

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