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Make Padrino::Mounter support the Rack application #1787

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namusyaka commented Oct 12, 2014

I'd like to allow to mount the Rack application to Padrino apps.
If we want to mount the rack application to the main application currently, we have to define some class methods on the mounted application class.
It's very troublesome.

class API < Grape::API
  class << self
    # some class methods here

This commit makes the mounter smoothly support the Rack application.
The apps.rb code would be something like:

# config/apps.rb

Padrino.mount('SinatraApp', app_file: Padrino.root('sinatra_app/app.rb'))
Padrino.mount('Sample::API', app_file: Padrino.root('api/app.rb'))

@padrino/core-members What do you think?

@namusyaka namusyaka added the feature label Oct 12, 2014

@namusyaka namusyaka changed the title from Make the Mounter support the Rack application to Make Padrino::Mounter support the Rack application Oct 13, 2014

Make the Mounter support the Rack application

ujifgc added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 14, 2014

Merge pull request #1787 from padrino/support-rack-app
Make Padrino::Mounter support the Rack application

@ujifgc ujifgc merged commit a97f5ae into master Oct 14, 2014

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dariocravero Oct 14, 2014


Amazing @namusyaka :) Thanks so much!!


dariocravero commented Oct 14, 2014

Amazing @namusyaka :) Thanks so much!!

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