How to Install (Or Get Rid Of) therubyracer on M1 or M2 Macs | Ruby on Mac

If you’ve been banging your head against a wall trying to install therubyracer gem on an Apple Silicon Mac (M1 or M2), you’ve come to the right place.From talking to Ruby on Mac customers and other Ruby developers, a common pain point is not being able to run legacy Rails apps on M1 Macs. This is due to the projects using old versions of Ruby, and old versions of gems that might not be maintained anymore and that aren’t supported on the M1/M2 chip.
How to Install (Or Get Rid Of) therubyracer on M1 or M2 Macs | Ruby on Mac #ruby #rails #rubyonrails #bosnia #programming #tutorials #rubydeveloper #railsdeveloper

Nezir Zahirovic

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