James Britt wrote:
> George Moschovitis wrote:
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>>> I too had a look at Nitro but the dearth of documentation compared to
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>>> Rails made me focus my newbie efforts in the Rails direction.
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>> This is sadly true :( I plan to improve the documentation and create a
>> Nitro web site, but I am still not ready. Btw, this is a community
>> effort, perhaps someone could help me wioth writing tutorials etc. I
>> know some people hava managed to get nitro and especially Og up and
>> running :)
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> If and when I get something running I might write something (or at least 
> offer an example), but I've run into some avoidable problems right form 
> the start.  I've installed 0.8.0 via gems, and it has some examples, but 
>  most don't run because they have assorted dependencies.
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> Blog: Needs a postgres lib
> Flash: requires ming/ming
> Og: requires flexmock
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> Out the four included examples, the only one I could get running was 
> 'tiny', which, at first glance, seems little different than running Erb 
> via WEBrick.
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> Please, if you can, include examples that demo the more interesting 
> features of Nitro and Og, and are known to run using only what comes 
> with ruby 1.8 and whatever Nitro itself installs.
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> I can understand that a database lib may have to be installed separately 
> (though if there are gems for them that would be sweet), but ideally it 
> should be something that works on all platforms and requires no C 
> compilation.  (I have to check out postgres-pr now ...)

Og works just fine with postgres-pr, I'm using it all the time (and even 
ActiveRecord should work with postgres-pr).

Regards,

   Michael