Aredridel wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-01-06 at 07:46 +0900, Sarah Tanembaum wrote:
> 
>>Is there any good(secure) Ruby shopping cart program example? Thanks
> 
> 
> I'd put $100 up for anyone who would code and release under liberal license:
> 
> * A shopping cart
>   * that takes all data in from a post or URL
>   * that requires no database at all, session storage excepted.
>   * that runs as a CGI or FastCGI
>   * that can use an XHTML file or a few as a template for output.
>   * that has few dependencies, and can be deployed with no special
> configuration beyond making generic CGI or FastCGI go on
> $user[:webserverofchoice]
>   * that would link to paypal at least for payment processing.
> 
> Ari
> 
> 
> 
Is it because Ruby a) can't handle such application, b) not ready for 
that type of apps because of performance and/or security, c) too hard to 
implement(perhaps PHP is better for this type of apps), d) no one is 
willing to share the scripts , e) or any that I can't think of.

Thanks