small Ruby web framework for Model-View-Controller type applications
Camping is a web framework which consistently stays at less than 4kb of
code. The idea here is to store a complete fledgling web application
(written in Ruby) in a single file like many small CGIs, but to organize
it as a Model-View-Controller application like Rails does. You can then
easily move it to Rails once you've got it going.
= Camping, a Microframework
Camping is a web framework which consistently stays at less than 4kB of code.
You can probably view the complete source code on a single page. But, you
know, it's so small that, if you think about it, what can it really do?
The idea here is to store a complete fledgling web application in a single
file like many small CGIs. But to organize it as a Model-View-Controlle
Camping for Debian
Camping can use and thus recommends on Active Support. Since this is
currently contained in the Rails package, it is a dependency of this
package. However, since the Rails package doesn't put the Active
libraries in Ruby's standard $LOAD_PATH locations, Camping will be unable
to find it. I have patched the camping script itself to include the pat
If you've got camping installed, why not run all these examples using TheCampingServer?
From this directory, run: `camping .`
NOTE: You'll need the active_record and acts_as_versioned gems installed.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Trans
CAMPING(1) User Commands CAMPING(1)
camping - small
camping (2.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Although activerecord is not needed for an Camping applic
=== 9th Apr, 2010
* Speed-up of Camping::Mab (thanks zimbatm!)
* @state is now an alias of @en
This package was debianized by Paul van Tilburg <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Fri, 4 Nov 2006 21:34:39 +01
Browse inside camping_2.0-2_all.deb