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Scout Monitoring - Performance metrics and, now, Logs Management Monitoring with Scout Monitoring
Get early access to Scout Monitoring's NEW Ruby logging feature [beta] by signing up now. Start for free and enable logs to get better insights into your Rails apps.
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InfluxDB - Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale
Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.
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  • Rake

    A make-like build utility for Ruby.

    I'm not quite sure I follow, but maybe Rake is what you're looking for? From the description:

  • Scout Monitoring

    Performance metrics and, now, Logs Management Monitoring with Scout Monitoring. Get early access to Scout Monitoring's NEW Ruby logging feature [beta] by signing up now. Start for free and enable logs to get better insights into your Rails apps.

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  • Traveling Ruby

    Discontinued Self-contained Ruby binaries that can run on any Linux distribution and any macOS machine. [Moved to: https://github.com/FooBarWidget/traveling-ruby]

    If you absolutely need a native binary distribution for your apps, there is a project called Traveling Ruby that originated at Phusion, makers of the popular Phusion Passenger Ruby application server. It's worth noting that this project has a number of open issues that are aging and the latest commits are from 2021, so I'm not sure about its current status. There are also important caveats with regard to native extensions and Windows. Given the popularity of packages that require native extensions (like the XML/HTML library Nokogiri), you may find that this solution simply doesn't work for you.

  • rubygems

    Library packaging and distribution for Ruby.

    Instead, Ruby developers distribute software using RubyGems. You can find guides on creating and distributing RubyGems — frequently abbreviated to simply "gems" — on that same website.

  • tabula

    Tabula is a tool for liberating data tables trapped inside PDF files

    Another option would be JRuby. I routinely use an application called Tabula, which is built using JRuby and compiles to a Jar file. This, of course, requires Java on the target machine, but you can ship the Jar file and it will work. It's often easier to rely on a working Java environment than it is a working Ruby environment. Especially on Windows.

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