felix winkelmann wrote:
Yeah... things like Rails are community / investment phenomena.
Success breeds success. If you want Rails, go use Rails. The Lisp
world has some mature web relevant things, but I'm not up on 'em.
Inquire in comp.lang.lisp.
On 4/21/06, Toby Butzon <address@hidden> wrote:
Anybody know of a Chicken-compatible Ruby on Rails workalike?
I know Ed Watkeys posted something about the URL mapping part, but is
there anything close to a full framework?
Not that I know of. There are some parts (Ed's code and the ajax egg for
example), but nothing even remotely comparable with Rails.
I'm afraid my own Chicken projects are getting the backburner right
now. Technical stuff is just too much work when I'm spending a lot of
time signature gathering. The season ends in early July and if I don't
travel to another state to do more work, then I'll have more time for
Chicken. This kind of problem of critical mass, and application
interest, is why Ruby has Rails and Chicken doesn't.
Brandon Van Every