I would recommend Hieraki (http://www.hieraki.org/), which provides
what it seems that you are asking. It's designed in Ruby on Rails
(http://www.rubyonrails.org/), and can be set up though Apache, but
also has a built-in WEBrick server (which is pure Ruby).

--Patrick


On Wed, 12 Jan 2005 07:36:28 +0900, spoonyG <spoonyG / movemail.com> wrote:
> hi,  new to ruby but excited about its possibilities.  specifically,
> i'm looking to implement a simple web-based document management system
> for my company's intranet with ruby on rails.  i tried hacking an
> existing php-based system (http://owl.sourceforge.net) but I can see it
> becoming a hulking bohemoth pretty quickly.
> 
> anyone have any experience with this particular use of ruby or where a
> good starting place would be?  what's the standard (if any) ruby
> database implementation in a web context?  i'm not a newbie to
> programming but i've very little experience with web programming stuff
> like cgi, authentication, cookies and the like.
> 
> any insights would be appreciated...
> 
> spoonyG
> :[spoonyG / movemail.com]:
> 
>