I'm planning to use Ruby for a class assignment this semester (it's a web
application), so I'll probably have to "grow" an object persistence layer in
the next month or so (grow because I'll be using XP :-) ). If it's any good
I'll post it to RAA.

What do you mean by templating? There's embedded Ruby (eruby) that lets you
put Ruby code in text such as web pages.

Fabio Mascarenhas
mascarenhas / elitenet.com.br
mascarenhas / acm.org

-----Mensagem Original-----
De: Adriano Nagelschmidt Rodrigues <anr / agestado.com.br>
Para: ruby-talk ML <ruby-talk / netlab.co.jp>
Enviada em: Sexta-feira, 10 de Novembro de 2000 16:37
Assunto: [ruby-talk:6258] YA newbie: mod_ruby vs mod_perl


> Hello,
>
> I just received my copy of `Programming Ruby'. It's a page turner!
>
> Now I must resist the temptation to rewrite my current project in
> Ruby... Or must I? Anyone working with object persistence in
> relational databases and templating systems? ;-)
>
> But I digress... I would like to known how Ruby memory handling
> compares to Perl's. In particular, is mod_ruby more memory friendly
> than mod_perl? I guess mod_ruby doesn't cache compiled scripts yet, so
> maybe the point is moot.
>
> Thanks,
>
> --
> Adriano
>
>