On Feb 18, 2006, at 8:25, Peter Krantz wrote:

>> Does win32-service do something special when creating a service  
>> that I'm
>> missing with the manual service creation? I suppose I could always  
>> run it
>> via the startup folder, but I thought this would be cleaner.
>
> Check out the instiki instructions for running a ruby script as a
> windows service:
>
> http://instiki.org/show/Running+as+a+Windows+Service

Hey I know practically nothing about Windows. Could I follow those  
instructions to have WEBrick always running an easily deploy a simple  
management Rails tool for internal usage?

-- fxn