On 4/19/05, objectuser <objectuser / gmail.com> wrote:
> I have to work in a traditional (i.e., fork/exec) CGI environment.  I
> would like to use WEBRick because it supports servlets (which is
> something I understand).
> 
> Is there a way to use the WEBRick servlet stuff inside a CGI
> environment?  This seems like a reasonable thing to do, but everything
> I read on WEBRick starts with the WEBRick HTTP server.  I would like to
> use it from the servlet environment down.  I'd also like to be able to
> move back and forth between CGI and FastCGI, if possible.

It sounds like WEBrick is too low-level for what you want -- though
writing a CGI proxy to connect to a webrick server is possible.

Something more abstract like Nitro, IOWA or Rails might fit the bill better.