I’m used to working in php, where I have my .php files and all I have
to do is put them in a www directory served by apache, or upload them
to a php host.
Now I’m trying ruby and RoR and first I discover they don’t use
apache, then that there are 3 servers, webrick mongrel an lighthttpd,
which I can’t really understand.
Second, it’s full of command lines, what for? I got no cl in php…
and gems too… well I think I get it here, they’re extensions,
“nicely” installed… (I don’t see the point in installing anyway,
shouldn’t a require do the trick?)
I love ruby syntax, but prefere php for the reasons I told, probably
just because I can’t understand them… anyway is it possible to work
in ruby as I would in php? Using apache and that’s it?
I’ve been trying the camping framework since rails was getting to big
and powerful for my little app, but I can’t get its stupid server to
run. I’d like to simply copy a folder in a www directory and query the
I’m talking to much, sorry…