Do I have to setup some sort of .htaccess file?
right now I have ruby setup with a small demo app called: "say"
If you browse to the url: http://www.myurl.com/ruby_test/ you see the
whole directory contents, you can see what's in the controllers, etc.
I don't want that to happen.
Additionally, if you HAVE to browse to the public folder in the demo
app just execute the pages such as: /public/say/hello/. I want it work
like a normal directory and if you type in the url: url.com/ruby_test/
say/hello it should work. Do I need a .htaccess file to do this? What
are remedies around this?