On Oct 5, 2006, at 10:31 AM, Austin Ziegler wrote:

> On 9/27/06, Phrogz <gavin / refinery.com> wrote:
>> Very amusing, but exactly the sort of explanation and attitude that I
>> was hoping to avoid. Ah well; certainly other good information in  
>> it so
>> far. (I'm also discouraged by the appearance that the book takes the
>> track of "If you use an RDBMS other than MySQL, it'll mostly work,  
>> but
>> you're on your own when you run into trouble.")
>
> Yes, well. That's the way that *Rails* works, not just the book. I've
> already found my purchase of the book useful because it helped me get
> my wedding guest tracker application going.
>
> (No, this app will probably never be public. It's for *my* wedding.)

Well then let me congratulation *you*.  ;)

James Edward Gray II