Last Updated: February 25, 2016
· Tomohiro

Bundlizer: RubyGems and Bundler application manager

I'm created the Bundlizer. The Bundlizer is RubyGems and Bundler apps management tool from the command line. DO NOT NEED sudo


To install the Bundlizer, open a terminal and run this command

$ curl -L | sh

Source ~/.bundlizer/etc/bashrc in your ~/.bash_profile or ~/.zshenv

$ echo 'source $HOME/.bundlizer/etc/bashrc' >> ~/.bash_profile

Restart your shell or exec $SHELL


You want to install heroku app from the GitHub.

$ bundlizer install heroku/heroku

Or, install from the

$ bundlizer install heroku


$ bundlizer install heroku/heroku
Cloning into 'heroku'...
remote: Counting objects: 13354, done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (4301/4301), done.
remote: Total 13354 (delta 9173), reused 12792 (delta 8675)
Receiving objects: 100% (13354/13354), 1.81 MiB | 220 KiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (9173/9173), done.

Start bundle installing to /home/tomohiro/.bundlizer/bundles/heroku
Fetching gem metadata from
Installing addressable (2.2.7) 
Installing excon (0.14.2) 
Installing heroku-api (0.2.6) 
Installing launchy (2.1.0) 
Installing netrc (0.7.5) 
Installing mime-types (1.17.2) 
Installing rest-client (1.6.7) 
Installing rubyzip ( 
Using heroku (2.28.7) from source at . 
Using bundler (1.1.4) 
Your bundle is complete! It was installed into ./bundle
It was installed 'heroku' into /home/tomohiro/.bundlizer/apps/heroku

$ type heroku
heroku is /home/tomohiro/.bundlizer/apps/heroku

$ heroku version
heroku-gem/2.28.7 (i686-linux) ruby/1.9.3

Use Pry -

$ bundlizer install pry/pry


$ bundlizer update heroku
$ bundlizer update               # update all apps

And others too.

$ bundlizer list
Bundler apps installed by the Bundlizer:
 * foreman (
      apps: foreman,rake2thor,thor
 * guard (git://
     apps: guard
 * heroku (git://
     apps: heroku
 * pry (git://
     apps: pry
 * rails (
      apps: erubis,rackup,rails,rake2thor,thor,tilt,tt
 * yard (git://
     apps: yard,yardoc,yri

more information: README at GitHub

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Great work. Any chance of getting this into a Homebrew recipe?

over 1 year ago ·