Install RubyGems with Bundler or command line
Using private Gems with Bundler is easy, just add
your Gemfury Repo URL to the project's Gemfile.
To use Gemfury with command line, add the Gemfury
Repo URL to your .gemrc with this command:
$ gem sources -a https://452f6E403CDph10714e41@gem.fury.io/me/
And you're ready to gem
install your private Gems from Gemfury.
Python modules via Requirements.txt and Pip
To integrate with an existing project, add
your Gemfury Repo URL to its requirements.txt.
Use the same option via command line:
$ pip install py-sample --extra-index-url 'https://pypi.fury.io/452f6E403CDph10714e41/me/'
npm support via package.json and command line
Install your npm modules with the command:
$ npm install my-module --registry 'https://npm.fury.io/452f6E403CDph10714e41/me/'
You can also reference your private modules in
as a dependency.
Are my packages really secure here?
Yes! Your packages are protected during deployment by a
secret token that's part of your Gemfury Repo URL. As
long as you keep this URL secret, only you can access your
account. All package uploads, deployments, and
installations are done via SSL.