[Ironruby-core] IronRuby (Without MVC ) and ActiveRecord... Is it Possible

Michael Letterle michael.letterle at gmail.com
Wed Jan 30 10:57:22 EST 2008

Well, note that you can do this today with the Castle project:

And the fact that ActiveRecord is actually separate from Rails:

Would mean, yes.  I should think.

On Jan 30, 2008 10:39 AM, Softmind Technology <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I wa just reading a book called " Beginning Rails " and i found this
> information in it.
> Here it is....
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> The fact is an Active Record subclass,isn't much different from a
> regular Ruby class. Active Record models are regular Ruby objects that
> can be augmented, modified, played with, poked, and turned inside out
> with sufficient Ruby-fu.
> Knowing this will be extremely helpful in being able to pull back the
> curtain and understand the advanced features of Active Record.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Ok... This brings a question to my mind.
> Since IronRuby will offer Rails... So Active Record will be present in
> IronRuby Right...?
> Is it possible to use that Active Record ( ORM ) without Rails in
> IronRuby...?
> I mean if i am using Asp>net webforms with IronRuby as a language rather
> than C# or Vb.Net, will I be able to use Active Record.
> I am not talking about any MVC here. I am talking about plain IronRuby
> as a language and ActiveRecord as an ORM, rather than LINQ or
> NHibernate..
> Thanks
> SoftMind
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Michael Letterle
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