This is the Ruby on Rulers framework from the book "Rebuilding Rails" by Noah Gibbs. You can find the canonical branch of this framework at "http://github.com/noahgibbs/rulers".
It is primarily for instruction, but it works just fine as a web framework if you want a simple one.
There are tags for different chapter starter code. Type "git tag" for a list.
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
gem 'rulers', :git => firstname.lastname@example.org:noahgibbs/rulers.git
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install rulers
For git gems, you'll need to run "bundle exec rackup" instead of just "rackup".
This framework is instructional and there are good reasons not to use it unmodified in production. Rails is a relatively secure framework, but Rulers is not.
For further details, see the Rails security guides and/or chapter 10 of Rebuilding Rails.
For significant contributions, please fork.
I have no problem with other people starting from this code for any purpose and for any project. You probably want to rename it, though.