I looked at the current PR and I started building it but I'm on a not great connection at the moment and had problems downloading the dependencies from sourceforge.
Hopefully I'll have better luck when I get home, but I don't know when I'll get a chance to look at it either.
The filename as of this writing is # This configuration file contains the absolute path locations of all # installed Rubies to be enhanced to work with the Dev Kit.
This guide is a work in progress as the new Bash on Ubuntu on Windows Linux Subsystem is in beta.
If you would like to use the newest Ruby, make sure you use the correct package name, or use the tools described further below instead.
Debian GNU/Linux and Ubuntu use the apt package manager.
A Windows machine for your day to day work, and a Linux subsystem for Ruby on Rails development.
This only works on 64-bit installations of Windows.
If you have a local Rails dev server running, you can use Forward to quickly get a shareable URL for your dev server.
Certain members in the Ruby community feel very strongly that you should never use a package manager to install Ruby and that you should use tools instead.
While the full list of pros and cons is outside of the scope of this page, the most basic reason is that most package managers have older versions of Ruby in their official repositories.
All tips were tested on Windows 10, but should work equally well on Windows 7 up. Make sure to download the 32-bit version, 64 bit Ruby on Windows still isn't ready for action.
I recommend grabbing the zip and extracting it to C:\Ruby22.
This page describes how to use major package management systems and third-party tools for managing and installing Ruby and how to build Ruby from source.