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From Zeno Davatz <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: SetHandler mod_ruby Apache 2.2.17 Windows
Date Wed, 09 Feb 2011 16:07:35 GMT
Dear Tom

On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 4:12 PM, Tom Evans <> wrote:

> (why are we talking on dev@ btw, this seems clearly a users@
> discussion. If/when you reply, please drop dev@)

It seems a dev issue because what works on Linux does not seem to work
on Apache for Windows. That is why I sent this to dev@ as well.

> OK, there are some inconsistencies in your conf.
> First, in your vhost configuration, you have SetHandler ruby-object at
> the top level. This *will* set the handler for all requests to the
> vhost to use handler ruby-object. All requests. Including for files,
> directory indexes, and so on...
> Secondly, in the directory where I expect you probably do want to have
> ruby-object as the handler, you tell apache to execute *.rbx as
> cgi-script. I thought this whole exercise was to have them executed by
> mod_ruby..
> Finally, having found that bug report, you seem to be trying hard to
> trigger it! In the bug report you linked to us, there is a good
> work-around listed by wrowe@ - why not use that?

This is my mod_ruby.conf settings on Linux and there it just works fine:

LoadModule ruby_module modules/

# taken from the example file
# If the ruby module is installed, this will be enabled.
# for Apache::RubyRun
RubyRequire apache/ruby-run

# exec files under /ruby as ruby scripts.
<Location /ruby>
    SetHandler ruby-object
    RubyHandler Apache::RubyRun.instance
    Options ExecCGI

# exec *.rbx as ruby scripts.
<Files *.rbx>
    SetHandler ruby-object
    RubyHandler Apache::RubyRun.instance

So if you mean this "Options ExecCGI" then yes, to my understanding
Ruby is executed as CGI on Apache, at least on Linux it is.

Now Apache on Windows delivers me the same result (as so is the following)

[error] [client] Attempt to serve directory:

with these settings here:

This option here I just tried to see if
I get the same result or not.


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