Camping is revealed as the Ruby answer to PHP

I think this may be of interest to Radiant folks:

http://redhanded.hobix.com/inspect/theCampingServer.html

Hi Ryan,

Could you enlighten us a little bit in what ways this could be
beneficial for Radiant?
I thought Radiant was tightly build on Rails. Or are you referring to
ideas that can be copied?

Regards,
Erik.

Ryan P. wrote:

I think this may be of interest to Radiant folks:

http://redhanded.hobix.com/inspect/theCampingServer.html


Ryan P.


Erik van Oosten

On 7/14/06, Erik van Oosten [email protected] wrote:

Hi Ryan,

Could you enlighten us a little bit in what ways this could be
beneficial for Radiant?
I thought Radiant was tightly build on Rails.

Yes, but it’s lightweight by design, and the port would likely be pretty
straightforward.

Or are you referring to

ideas that can be copied?

That too. I love the idea of creating some software that gets mounted at
a
URL location and then owns the URL space beneath. And creating a way to
do
that that’s expressly designed to support different mini-apps at those
locations…yum.

Sure sounds like the kind of thing I’ve heard a lot on this list: how to
mix
and match different packages on the same Rails app.

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