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Private Ruby Gems

Use Unlock as your Ruby gem repository and let your user install your private gems.

`$ git:(main)` ^1000 gem install bullet_train-platform^500
`Successfully installed bullet_train-platform-1.0.0`
`Parsing documentation for bullet_train-platform-1.0.0`
`Installing ri documentation for bullet_train-platform-1.0.0`
`Done installing documentation for bullet_train-platform after 0 seconds`
` 1 gem installed`

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5- https://philo@unlock.sh:ed6-fd9-5f5-a29@bullet_train-platform.rubygem.pub
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7:verbose: true
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A home for your packages

With Unlock's private Ruby gem repository you can safely publish and share your gems with the entire world.

Unique repository URL

Each of your products will have a beautiful, unique repository URL

Version constraints

You can use license policies to restrict user access to specific versions.

Time constraints

You can use license policies to remove access after a specific time.

Restrict access

Restrict users to only access releases up until their expiration date.

Revoke access

Have user access revoked when their license expires.

Auto publish

Publish a new release to GitHub, and your release will be made available automatically.

Reliable, fast, and secure

Your software is securely distributed to your users via our CDN for high-speed downloads.

License activations

Require your customers to activate their licenses and track their usage across multiple applications.

Frequently asked questions

If you can't find the answer you are looking for, feel free to reach out at [email protected]

Can I distribute my code to users without using the private repository?
Yes, Unlock provides a hosted download page for your software where your users can download your gem manually. You can also use the API to retrieve the download link.
What is rubygem.pub?
Rubygem.pub is the domain name we use to host your private repositories. This allows for easy and user-friendly repository URLs.

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