[Ironruby-core] IIS 7 HttpModule for Rails/Rack with IronRuby
jdeville at microsoft.com
Sun Feb 8 17:22:48 EST 2009
Hash is mostly implemented. Can you post a link to the page where it shows it as not done? I'll fix it. I don't know if any of the methods needed by Rack are missing. Jimmy, have you tried this scenario?
In the mean time, if you started down this road, we'd be happy to have your contributions. If you haven't already, you'll need to get setup to contribute. The instructions are on the Github wiki at: http://wiki.github.com/ironruby/ironruby/contributing.
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> bounces at rubyforge.org] On Behalf Of Will Green
> Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2009 12:23 PM
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> Subject: [Ironruby-core] IIS 7 HttpModule for Rails/Rack with IronRuby
> First, I want to say that I'm very excited by the progress of IronRuby.
> So, my interrest lies in getting Ruby web applications running through
> IIS 7. Specifically Rails, but also others like Sinatra and Merb, all
> of which are now built on Rack. Rack implements a new web-to-
> application protocol, based partly on Python's WSGI, which supplants
> I've looked, and someone has already created nWSGI on CodePlex. This
> project implements WSGI, and hosts IronPython to run the Python app.
> I'm thinking of taking a similar approach, but one of the key
> requirements of the Rack protocol is that the Rack application's call
> method takes exactly one param: a Ruby Hash; it cannot be a subclass.
> Reading the status at IronRuby.net, it looks like Hash is not yet
> implemented. Is this the case?
> I guess I'm looking to see if my project is something that can be done
> at this time, or if IronRuby needs some more help before I can attempt
> it. I'd be happy to contribute time & code to get this working.
> Will Green
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