RubyEncoder NewsWelcome to the RubyEncoder news. We'll keep you up to date with our latest developments and we have some exciting plans in the pipeline
Version 2.7.1 GUI improvements
• Source Path column added to the project window.
• File masks in Preferences if they contain a slash are applied to absolute source paths instead of file names. This lets use masks to filter source folders or select appropriate encoding modes depending on source folders rather than file names.
• Option to show hidden files in Preferences/Interface. If enabled hidden (dot) files are shown in the Add Files popup and may be added to the project.
• New shortcuts for Lock (C+L) and Advanced (C+K).
• Locking options compatibility check for "encrypt-to" options which cannot be used with locking to a license file.
• Options compatibility check in Advanced options.
• Desktop, Documents and Volumes(macOS) shortcuts in Add Files popup.
Version 2.7 GUI encoder may be automatically updated. If you use an older version, please download the update from your user profile. You may need to update your support subscription in order to update. If you get any problems with automatic update, please download the recent version from your user profile and install over the current copy.
Note for Windows version users. Please re-run RubyEncoder 2.7 GUI with administrative permissions in order to perform automatic update.
Posted on: June 24th 2021 on 10:18pm
RubyEncoder 1.5 launched, now with GUI!
We are proud to present RubyEncoder 1.5 - the advanced Ruby and Ruby on Rails encoder, with a powerful GUI and protection covering Ruby version up to 1.9.3. You can encode your scripts using Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, all with a powerful GUI or using a command line interface. Version for FreeBSD is available with a command line interface. New features include:
- Specifying a target character encoding for Ruby 1.9.x
- Rails compatibility option
- Option to stop encoding at a critical error
- A new option to encode only changed files detected by file modification date
- Automatic filtering UTF-8 BOM from all source files
- Marking a file to be skipped during encoding
- Now it is possible to send licgen's output to console instead of a file
- Added a new license generator option to add custom text into the license file
- Custom constants substitution in the custom header code
- Encoding for Ruby 1.8.6 to 1.9.3 are fully supported
- Encoder is available for Mac OSX, Linux (i386 and x86_64), FreeBSD (i386 and x86_64) and Windows
- GUI and command line encoders and tools are included
- GUI FOR MAC OS X, LINUX AND WINDOWS
Posted on: March 19th 2013 on 03:43pm
Labels: 1.9.3, gui, version 1.5
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