postgres gem for postgresql82 macports

Hi,

Just to tell I succeeded in compiling the postgres gem for the postgresql82 macports with the line:

sudo gem install postgres -- --with-pgsql-include=/opt/local/include/postgresql82/ --with-pgsql-lib-dir=/opt/local/lib/postgresql82/

Jean-Christophe Michel

Hi all,
I will have to deploy a RoR project at the customer's site.
How can I protect the code of the webapp ? Is there an obfuscator for ruby ?

Do you think of another alternative ?
Thank you for your feedbacks.
Fred

Hi all,
I will have to deploy a RoR project at the customer's site.
How can I protect the code of the webapp ? Is there an obfuscator for ruby ?

Do you think of another alternative ?
Thank you for your feedbacks.

Search the archives of this group on
<http://groups.google.com/group/rubyonrails-talk>, the topic's been
brought up a lot, at least once during the last week.

I think the consensus is to either:
#1 - host it yourself
#2 - put your faith in copyright law / legal measures. Any technical
solution is flawed anyway - if a computer can make sense of it, so can
a dedicated attacker.

Isak

Your help is appreciated.
Hosting it myself is not possible, it is a customer requirement.
I dont want an ultimate solution but an minimum (does it make sense?) one,
just to prevent things like, for instance, modifying easily a view...
Can we make a RoR app as a compiled executable ?

Fred,

  > Can we make a RoR app as a compiled executable ?

Please Google the archive.
This same question was asked 2 days ago, and the week before, and the
week before, and the week before....

Alain

Sorry, it was just a part of my initial question

Isak's answer is complete.
http://del.icio.us/tag/ruby+obfuscation

except this isn't rails-specific question
http://groups.google.com/group/ruby-talk-google?lnk=li
http://blog.zenspider.com/archives/2006/07/zenobfuscate_no.html