On Wednesday, 18 December 2002 at  2:23:11 +0900, Dominik Werder wrote:
> Hi there,
> 
> I new to Ruby and Id like to know if anybody tried to use Ruby as a replacement to PHP?
> How does it perform in the real world?
 

 This should probably go to ruby-talk or modruby.net.
 To answer your question, yes, ruby works well as a replacement for PHP.
 In fact, if you use modruby and preload your classes, it is faster than
 php. Search the archives at ruby-talk or modruby. There is a lot of
 info on this.

-- 
Jim Freeze
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