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    Ive read about so many apps coming into play...

    can anyone out there write a small server which is like apache for the iphone running rails and much more...

    that might be good as i knw there might be some app on its way which looks like text mate...

    webdev on the move... just an idea... lookin forward to its implementation...



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    lighttpd is already compiled its on installer.app

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebo View Post
    lighttpd is already compiled its on installer.app
    Lighty doesn't do much really, without fastcgi. It's just a web server. Unless I missed some compiled options somewhere?

    There is no rails on the iPhone, nor is there any way to get it on there far as I can see. The rubythat is available is very limited. No gem support so no webrick or a million other things you'd need. Heck, even irb doesn't work. I've been messing around with it a bit, but don't really have any free time to port it over (baby expected in october).

    I agree it would be insanely cool, but nothing doing yet. Maybe when apple releasesa blessed dev environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogzilla View Post
    Lighty doesn't do much really, without fastcgi. It's just a web server. Unless I missed some compiled options somewhere?

    There is no rails on the iPhone, nor is there any way to get it on there far as I can see. The rubythat is available is very limited. No gem support so no webrick or a million other things you'd need. Heck, even irb doesn't work. I've been messing around with it a bit, but don't really have any free time to port it over (baby expected in october).

    I agree it would be insanely cool, but nothing doing yet. Maybe when apple releasesa blessed dev environment.
    i knw dude... lets hope we can expect to see it in the future...

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    Quote Originally Posted by razor View Post
    i knw dude... lets hope we can expect to see it in the future...
    on the plus side, since it seems you're a mac guy- I guess leopard will have rails installed by default. Looking forward to that, although I wonder what it'll do to my existing sites. I doubt they'll include it in an iPhone update though, nice as that would be. It'd be killer to do widgets running locally with a rails back-end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogzilla View Post
    on the plus side, since it seems you're a mac guy- I guess leopard will have rails installed by default. Looking forward to that, although I wonder what it'll do to my existing sites. I doubt they'll include it in an iPhone update though, nice as that would be. It'd be killer to do widgets running locally with a rails back-end.
    widgets running locally with a rails backend... now i knw what they by the true potential of Web 2.0 apps... i mean, this would be great, no need for an actual sdk or anything. just a plain and simple ruby or rails app... nice...

 

 

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