Is there a way to run ruby on windows in development, with different scripts/apps (ramaze apps) appearing on the same port?


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I like using the Ramaze framework that's written in ruby, and the documentation says to enter ramaze start in the command prompt to run my app on localhost port 3000.

What if I don't want to run one app on one port? What if I want to run multiple Ramaze apps on the same port?

With php, I can use xampp or wampserver to drop a script or framework into a folder, and run all of those scripts at the same time on port 80?

Why does each ruby app I run on development on Windows have to run on its own port? Why can't I have a development ruby server for Windows that I can just copy and paste my ruby app into a folder, go to the appropriate directory in my web browser, and have it run?


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