On 05/21/2012 12:07 PM, cristian d. wrote:
> let me see if i understand, so for example i have two scripts like:
>
> one.rb
> two.rb
>
> if i want to sent a VAR to tho.rb i will just
>
> redirect to two.rb/something=1
>
> like that ?
>
> Thanks Justin !!!
>
> pd: and for POST like in a<form>  ?

If all you want is to access the query parameters (the key-value pairs 
after "?" in a URL), then you do not need to have ":something" in your 
route.

If you have something like this:

get '/' do
   "Print #{params[:something]}!\n"
end

You can access it like (note the "?"):

$ curl localhost:5000/?something=hi
Print hi!


POST and GET parameters are both stored in the "params" hash.

-Justin