Is there a way to avoid having to type "ruby script/server" in "C:\www \myrubysite\"? Is there a way to eliminate ":3000" from " http://localhost:3000/ "? Is there a way to add '"myrubysite" to " http://localhost/ "?
on 2008-10-15 17:21
on 2008-10-15 18:12
Delirium tremens wrote: > Is there a way to avoid having to type "ruby script/server" in "C:\www > \myrubysite\"? You mean you want the server to start when windows starts? Just make a file start_app.bat like this: c: cd \www\myrubysite ruby script\server and place it in your system startup folder. Or, you can look at some sort of application as service thing: http://www.application-as-service.com/ (haven't tested it). > > Is there a way to eliminate ":3000" from " http://localhost:3000/ "? specify the server to run on port 80: ruby script/server -p 80. Try ruby script/server --help > > Is there a way to add '"myrubysite" to " http://localhost/ "? As a site prefix? IE http://localhost/myrubysite? Or as a host name? IE http://myrubysite/ The latter can be done through editing C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\Etc\Hosts and adding a line like 127.0.0.1 myrubysite Then you can reach your app like http://myrubysite If you were thinking about the context path I'm not sure. Used to be this was a real hassle, but I haven't checked in a while, so it might have been fixed/made easy.
on 2008-10-15 19:19
Or install the thin gem and us that as the "development" server that can start at boot time. Add a thin.yml in your codes config directory so you can start the server with thin -C config/thin.yml start... You can set the port number and stuff in the config file.