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chad fowler wrote:

> > The idea of a Ruby app server is something I would
> > love and am going
> > through a minor experiemental phase with it. I know
> > others are
> > interested in one too (I think Chad Fowler was
> > definately). I'm
> > currently experimenting with making something JSP
> > like as a first
> > step. I will keep you posted if you want to be kept
> > up with the
> > progress.
> >
> Sure am.  I started on a module for communications
> with an Apache plugin that would do
> failover/loadbalancing, but then got distracted by a
> number of life-changing events.  Maybe I'm back to a
> stable mode now and will restart my work.  The nice
> thing about where I chose to start is that what I do
> will probably be easily adaptable to any Ruby app.
> server effort.

I am likewise creating something like a Ruby application server, for an
Independent Study here at school. Hopefully, it will be high-enough
quality that it can be used/maintained by myself and others(?) after the
class is over.

Take a look at:    http://rubictm.sourceforge.net/


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chad fowler wrote:
<blockquote TYPEE>> The idea of a Ruby app server is something I would
<br>> love and am going
<br>> through a minor experiemental phase with it. I know
<br>> others are
<br>> interested in one too (I think Chad Fowler was
<br>> definately). I'm
<br>> currently experimenting with making something JSP
<br>> like as a first
<br>> step. I will keep you posted if you want to be kept
<br>> up with the
<br>> progress.
<br>>
<br>Sure am.&nbsp; I started on a module for communications
<br>with an Apache plugin that would do
<br>failover/loadbalancing, but then got distracted by a
<br>number of life-changing events.&nbsp; Maybe I'm back to a
<br>stable mode now and will restart my work.&nbsp; The nice
<br>thing about where I chose to start is that what I do
<br>will probably be easily adaptable to any Ruby app.
<br>server effort.</blockquote>

<p><br>I am likewise creating something like a Ruby application server,
for an Independent Study here at school. Hopefully, it will be high-enough
quality that it can be used/maintained by myself and others(?) after the
class is over.
<p>Take a look at:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <A HREFttp://rubictm.sourceforge.net/">http://rubictm.sourceforge.net/</A>
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|Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept.|
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|mailto: anany / ece.vill.edu&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; |
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