[Mongrel] [ANN] Finally! Mongrel 0.3.13.4 Official (for Unix)
Charles Brian Quinn
me at seebq.com
Mon Sep 18 11:04:40 EDT 2006
Great work Zed, thanks for releasing this!
on separate versioning:
The flip-side to separate versioning is that you can write a script to
automagically install everything for a new rails setup and not be
prompted for the version of mongrel in the middle of your massive,
long-running install script.... I believe.
As for where to see mongrel go (at least on the rails side), I concur
with simplicity. I'm thinking
starts mongrel on port 3000
and depdending on changing your own RAILS_ROOT/conf/mongrel.conf,
starts up 1 or 5, prefixes, and all that other jazz, but is defaulted
to start one on 3000 -- and you handle the load-balancing with
whatever you want externally be it apache2 or nginx or pound or pen or
Of course this doesn't really help the other cool uses of mongrel and
is a ruby/rails-centric view, but that's just me.
On 9/18/06, Joey Geiger <jgeiger at gmail.com> wrote:
> Re: different version numbers for unix/win32.
> I think this has been done with the mysql ruby module, and it's
> actually causing me problems. Every time I do a gem update, it thinks
> that the 2.7.1 is new on unix and tries to rebuild it, even though
> it's already at 2.7.0, which is the newest unix version.
> On 9/18/06, Alexander Lazic <al-mongrelusers at none.at> wrote:
> > On Mon 18.09.2006 02:26, Zed Shaw wrote:
> > [snipped]
> > >* Nginx module? Why nginx? Because I can read nginx code. Sad that I
> > >can read a Russian's code better than the Apache code and that his
> > >configuration file format is way better.
> > ;-))
> > What do you mean with a 'nginx module' such as the 'perl module'?!
> > Regards
> > Aleks
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