eRuby, lack of information

Hi,

I’ve seen many web articles on how to use eRuby but i can’t seem to find
eruby.exe as being part of the 1.8.x release. All I can see is a batch
file named erb.bat which works fine when working from the command line,
but there is nothing available for Apache.

And before you mention mod_ruby, according to the modruby.net website
there will never be a win32 version.

Is support for eRuby this bad on the windows platform?

On 10/16/06, Vince /. [email protected] wrote:

Is support for eRuby this bad on the windows platform?
ERB is a pure-ruby replacement of eRuby, with a bit differrent usage.
You can use it via CGI, Webrick or Mongrel. For more information,
please search archives for eruby.

Jan S. wrote:

On 10/16/06, Vince /. [email protected] wrote:

Is support for eRuby this bad on the windows platform?
ERB is a pure-ruby replacement of eRuby, with a bit differrent usage.
You can use it via CGI, Webrick or Mongrel. For more information,
please search archives for eruby.

I have searched the forums for eruby but I havent had much luck. It
seems that Apache + Windows isn’t the right combination for ruby web
scripting at this time.

On 10/16/06, Vince /. [email protected] wrote:

Jan S. wrote:

On 10/16/06, Vince /. [email protected] wrote:

Is support for eRuby this bad on the windows platform?
ERB is a pure-ruby replacement of eRuby, with a bit differrent usage.
You can use it via CGI, Webrick or Mongrel. For more information,
please search archives for eruby.

I have searched the forums for eruby but I havent had much luck. It
seems that Apache + Windows isn’t the right combination for ruby web
scripting at this time.

Ok then.

http://www.hiveminds.co.uk/node/3094 show how to setup eruby + apache.

Even easier is Webrick’s ERBHandler. Just start Webrick, and it will
feed .rhtml files into ERB. See http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/82003

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