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Jeff M. wrote:
| I’ve been googling this, but with no concrete answers… Ruby 186-26 is
| installed on my system - I was wondering if I could use Ruby in HTML
| files that are just on my local machine. Thus far I’ve been
| unsuccessful. I’d just like to do some reading of local files and
| parsing then show it in the browser. Can I do this with Ruby? If so, any
| suggestions as to how?
Rails and Merb are probably the easiest way to get started.
Otherwise, look for ERb or eruby, and you might want to try your hand at
mod_ruby (which is ok to run one concurrent instance of Ruby, it might
get interesting with more than one).
Write and test a big program in small pieces.
~ - The Elements of Programming Style (Kernighan & Plaugher)
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