|Mark Chadwick on 16 Feb 2006 17:43:04 -0000|
Those are pretty valid gripes. The beauty of Rails, though, is that you have to make a couple assumptions about your webapp works. There's no working around that. The benefits you get are tremendous, though. I have to give my M:N relations silly names like users_watches, but in reality, that's not a bad convention, and the gains you get from doing so are enormous.
As for setting up Lighttpd w/ rails, I followed the tutorial at http://duncandavidson.com/essay/2006/01/railsvhostingonlighty the first time around, and it worked like a charm.
Just don't forget to change ENV['RAILS_ENV'] in your /config/environment.rb file, as fcgi won't know explecity which environment to start up.
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