Q: mod_ruby for Apache2.0


#1

Hi,

Is there mod_eruby for Apache 2.0 ?
If Yes, please tell me where it is (I cannot find it).
If No, does anyone know the future plan? When will it be out?

regards,
kwatch


(Oliver M. Bolzer) #2

You can use the current mod_ruby with Apache 2.0’s compatibility layer,
mod_ruby 1.1 will be Apache 2.0-native

(according to a post to the japanese Ruby ML)

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kwatch kwatch@lycos.jp wrote:

Hi,

Is there mod_eruby for Apache 2.0 ?
If Yes, please tell me where it is (I cannot find it).
If No, does anyone know the future plan? When will it be out?


Oliver M. Bolzer
oliver@gol.com

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#3

“Oliver M. Bolzer” oliver@fakeroot.net wrote in message news:aeevbu$bjh$1@minotaurus.cip.informatik.uni-muenchen.de

You can use the current mod_ruby with Apache 2.0’s compatibility layer,
mod_ruby 1.1 will be Apache 2.0-native

(according to a post to the japanese Ruby ML)

Thanks Oliver, I got it.

I accessed http://www.modruby.net
and I found that latest version is 0.9.9, not 1.0!
I wonder when will 1.1 released…

kwatch


(Sean Chittenden) #4

You can use the current mod_ruby with Apache 2.0’s compatibility
layer, mod_ruby 1.1 will be Apache 2.0-native

(according to a post to the japanese Ruby ML)

Thanks Oliver, I got it.

I accessed http://www.modruby.net
and I found that latest version is 0.9.9, not 1.0!

As far as I can tell, the only thing holding up 1.0 is some
documentation that I need to finish up.

I wonder when will 1.1 released…

1.1 should be pretty feature rich and will include several patch sets
and bits of functionality that will be really nice to have around,
IMHO (output filtering’s the biggie for me). I just got back from a
5day trip to Seattle and should be getting back on schedule with stuff
here shortly. -sc

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Sean Chittenden