Webrick mount app

Hi All,

I am currently developing against webrick and as such my application
appears under http://localhost:3000/ but in my continuous integration
environment (jruby war deployed to tomcat) the application appears
under http://localhost:8080/myapp
This is a pain when writing Selenium tests because in development I
can use commands such as..
open /foo
.. but the ci needs to use ..
open /myapp/foo

Note that I think this is a deficiency in the SeleneseAntTask which
accepts a startURL, but ... "Note that only the hostname part of this
URL will really be used."
So... instead I'm wanting a "quick" solution by setting an application
context on webrick.

I thought this was possible just by using ...
server.mount( '/myapp', ... )
.. but when I do this Rails gives me a routing error.. eg,

No route matches "/myapp/foo" with {:method=>:get}

So, I'm assuming I'm missing something in my webrick config in order
to mount myapp? .. or do I need to add something to routes.rb?

ps. I originally posted this to
http://lists.rubyonrails.org/mailman/listinfo/rails but had no reply
from anyone.. even after mailing rails-owner@lists.rubyonrails.org to
find out what was going on ... so is that list defunct?

So, no one can help me with this? .. have I posted to the wrong forum?
.. should I have posted to Rails Deployment?

What do you need help with? No, sure!

How do I deploy an application to webrick that can then be found under a
specified application context such as localhost:3000/myapp rather than
the default localhost:3000

Add it into config/routes.rb:
  map.connect 'myapp/:controller/:action/:id'
  map.connect 'myapp/:controller/:action/:id.:format'

For mapped resources, use the namespace. Here's the example in my
routes.rb:
  # Sample resource route within a namespace:
  # map.namespace :admin do |admin|
  # # Directs /admin/products/* to Admin::ProductsController (app/
controllers/admin/products_controller.rb)
  # admin.resources :products
  # end

This probably isn't the "right" way. Another option would be to use
apache to proxy the requests, either proxying and reverse proxying /
myapp to / to webbrick, or proxying and reverse proxying / to /myapp
for tomcat.

Kevin

Thanks Kevin, that indeed works on webrick but it does kill the tomcat
version.
No matther though because it can be reconfigured based on environment.
So ... Thanks!