Traveling Ruby consists of a set of multi-platform portable Ruby binaries, which can be used to distribute Ruby-based products and run them even in machines where Ruby is not installed. It’s very useful, as you can also use it to pack multi-platform applications.
You can check the project’s home page here:
Traveling Ruby is a project which supplies self-contained, “portable” Ruby binaries: Ruby binaries that can run on any Linux distribution and any OS X machine. It also has Windows support (with some caveats). This allows Ruby app developers to bundle these binaries with their Ruby app, so that they can distribute a single package to end users, without needing end users to first install Ruby or gems.
It can run on
- Linux x86.
- Linux x86_64.
- OS X
- Download it here: