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RubyEncoder News

Welcome to the RubyEncoder news. We'll keep you up to date with our latest developments and we have some exciting plans in the pipeline

Wednesday 06th April 2022
RubyEncoder for FreeBSD updated
We are happy to announce an update of RubyEncoder for FreeBSD. Despite of the doubt we had about FreeBSD support, we decided to continue updating and supporting RubyEncoder for FreeBSD. As usual this is a CLI-only version.
This release was built on FreeBSD 12.2 with minimal shared lib dependencies. Ruby support starts from Ruby 2.3 and goes up to Ruby 2.7. We will continue removing support for very old versions of Ruby for other platforms too.
As usual you may download all the recent loaders from our loader page.

Posted on: April 06th 2022 on 10:56pm
Labels: freebsd

Monday 28th March 2022
Loaders for macOS arm64 (M1)

We have added loaders for Apple Silicone Macs. Ruby 2.6, 2.7 only. Please note that loaders for x86_64 and arm64 differ and loader bundles are NOT built as universal bundles. So, please choose appropriate loaders for your system and Ruby installation.

Note, that the new arm64 loaders work with custom build Rubies compiled on Apple Silicone from source or similar installations. You may check the ruby executable architecture with 'file' tool on your Mac. Standard Ruby which may be preinstalled by Apple is arm64e architecture and while the new loaders may work with it, it's not recemmended that you use this combination.

Please download from our loaders page:


Posted on: March 28th 2022 on 12:57pm
Labels: arm64 macos m1 apple silicone

Saturday 26th March 2022
RubyEncoder 2.7.5 refinements

 Linux shared libraries dependencies minimized:

- Linux CLI encoder and tools include custom libcurl and do not depend on the system one
- Linux CLI encoder min GLIBC version is 2.17. It means the CLI encoder may run on older Linux systems like CentOS 7 and many others. Automatic registration is available for the CLI version on the first run of the CLI 'rubyencoder' executable. 
- Linux GUI still requires newer Linux with GLIBC 2.27+ It's built on Debian 10 and tested on Debian 10 and Ubuntu with Gnome and Cinnamon desktop IDE. 
Update is recommended.
Windows and MacOS GUI versions refinements. Update is recommended.

Posted on: March 26th 2022 on 02:52pm

Wednesday 09th March 2022
RubyEncoder 2.7.5 launched - updated GUI

We are happy to announce the launch of RubyEncoder 2.7.5 with an updated GUI!

The updates include:
· A fully rebuilt GUI. You will not notice many visual changes but the updated version supports hi DPI monitors and has some other minor refinements.

· Communication with rubyencoder.com website uses SSL connection now.

· We removed support of 32-bit (x86) encoders and loaders for Linux. Embedded platforms support did not change.

This new version is available now to download on our site. Please feel free to try it.

Already using  RubyEncoder? Our active users may upgrade from their user profile as usual.

Posted on: March 09th 2022 on 08:54pm
Labels: 2.7.5 gui hi-dpi


2023 (3) July (1) RubyEncoder 3 refinements June (1) RubyEncoder 3 for Windows updated April (1) RubyEncoder 3 2022 (4) April (1) RubyEncoder for FreeBSD updated March (3) Loaders for macOS arm64 (M1) RubyEncoder 2.7.5 refinements RubyEncoder 2.7.5 launched - updated GUI 2021 (1) June (1) Version 2.7.1 GUI improvements 2020 (3) June (1) Loaders for Linux ARMv8 (aarch64) added May (2) Loaders for Raspberry Pi etc boards updated RubyEncoder 2.7 launched! Includes Ruby 2.7 encoding 2019 (4) November (2) RubyEncoder 2.6 is available for Windows and FreeBSD RubyEncoder 2.6 launched! February (1) RubyEncoder 2.5 for FreeBSD is available January (1) RubyEncoder 2.5 launched with Ruby 2.5 support and many new features 2017 (4) October (1) RubyEncoder 2.4.1 update release June (1) MinGW Loaders for Ruby 2.4 are available February (1) Ruby 2.4 support! RubyEncoder 2.4 launched! January (1) Critical update of the loaders for Ruby 2.3 for Mac, Linux and FreeBSD 2016 (1) December (1) RubyEncoder 2.3 launched with full Ruby 2.3 support 2015 (4) September (1) New loaders for MinGW for Ruby 2.1 and 2.2 April (1) RubyEncoder for Linux 64-bit is available again February (2) RubyEncoder for Ruby 2.2 updated RubyEncoder 2.2 launched - encoding for Ruby 2.1 and 2.2 2014 (1) February (1) Loaders for Ruby 2.1 2013 (5) September (1) RubyEncoder 2.0 launched! Now with Ruby 2.0 encoding support. May (1) Loaders for MSWIN updated and VC9 and VC10 versions added. April (1) Added "no GUI" packages for Linux March (2) RubyEncoder for IBM PowerLinux RubyEncoder 1.5 launched, now with GUI! 2012 (1) January (1) Ruby 1.9.3 support and new loaders 2011 (1) January (1) Loaders for Linux ARM added! 2010 (4) September (1) RubyEncoder 1.3 released June (1) RubyEncoder Teams up with Japanese Company, Soft Agency. February (1) Our Blog Update Notification January (1) Loaders Update 2009 (4) October (1) Ruby Encoder used in US Department of Defence Project March (1) Update of RubyEncoder February (1) Loaders fixed for better Ruby-Enterprise support January (1) Loaders Update 2008 (5) November (2) RubyEncoder for Windows is launched! RubyEncoder 1.1 September (1) Launch Day - RubyEncoder 1.0 August (1) We're in beta! July (1) Ruby Encoder - The First version