Ruby-Mongrel2 version 0.13.0 has been released!
Ruby-Mongrel2 is a complete Ruby (1.9-only) connector for
This library includes configuration-database ORM classes, a Ruby
implementation of the ‘m2sh’ tool, a configuration DSL for generating
databases in pure Ruby, a Control port interface object, and handler
for creating applications or higher-level frameworks.
It differs from the original Mongrel2 Ruby library (m2r), and the
mongrel2-rack library in several ways:
It uses the C extension for 0MQ (zmq) instead of the FFI one. If you
strongly prefer the FFI library, both of the other Mongrel2 libraries
it, so you’ll want to stick to one of them.
It doesn’t come with a Rack handler, or Rails examples, or anything
intend to build my own webby framework bits around Mongrel2, and I
maybe someone else might want to as well. If you don’t, well again,
are two other libraries for you.
It includes configuration stuff. I want to make tools that use the
config database, so I wrote config classes. Sequel::Model made it
stupid-easy. There’s also a DSL for generating a config database, too,
mostly because I found it an interesting exercise, and I like the way
gem install mongrel2
v0.13.0 [2012-02-24] Michael G. [email protected]
- Fix the ZMQ socket identifier used by Connection.
- Add missing slash in the control socket URI
- Add an argument so the helloworld handler can use another config DB
- Fix handling of NO CONTENT (204) responses.
- Don’t set a Content-type header
- Omit the body even if there is one
- Set the content-length to 0