Hi David,

I understand your frustration with the mod_ruby list. It's not dead, just a
little slow sometimes.

Moriq compiled mod_ruby for windows:

http://www.moriq.com/ruby/win32-apache2-ruby1.8.1-mod_ruby/

This of course is an unofficial release.

What do you want to use mod_ruby for? Custom apache handlers or simple asp
style scripting? You might want to consider using cgi. It still works
remarkably well for web applications and is extremely portable because you
only need the ruby interpretor. If speed is an issue I believe fast_cgi runs
on windows. I've heard that it is faster than mod_ruby.
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John Long
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