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Curt,

Being stuck in a windows world I definetly love the concept but I have not
tried out the app yet as I heard that everything was not yet runnable as a
service. If this has been fixed (or was never broke) then please let me
know.

As far as Apache/MySQL version. I'd prefer Apache 2 + MySQL 5.

Josh

On 11/7/05, Curt Hibbs <curt.hibbs / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Its been a little over three weeks since I released the first preview
> of Instant Rails. In that time there have been over 3,000 downloads,
> but very little little feedback.
>
> This tells me either that it is not being used (which would be bad) or
> that it is being used but no one is having any significant problems
> (which would be very good). So, if you are using it, but are just not
> having any problems, I'd like to here from you just to get that
> feedback.
>
> The final 1.0 release for Instant Rails will be sometime after the
> first of the year because I want it to include the released version of
> Ruby 1.8.4 and the final release of Rails 1.0.
>
> My plans also include upgrading to Apache 2 (currently it contains
> Apache 1.3.33) as well as a more recent release of MySQL. Please help
> me with a couple of decisions/priorities here:
>
> 1) Is moving to Apache 2 important to you, or or you happy with Apache
> 1.3.33 for the time being?
>
> 2) Should MySQL be upgraded to the latest 4.x release (currently
> 4.1.15) or would you prefer it be upgraded to 5.0.x?
>
> Thanks,
> Curt
>
>

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