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KidGloves Rack Handler ====================== The worlds gentlest handler. Why? Oh God why? I'll tell you why. Because I couldn't get web server to run in MacRuby, even though Rack will. Which is stupid. So I made the simplest pure-ruby server I could think of that also has a Rack handler - which in this case is the same class. The handler is a server itself. Now I can test my Rack apps in MacRuby and then re-use the methods that I know now properly work in a iPhone app with CocoaHTTPServer or something. The Rack apps won't, obviously, but the methods I call in them will. It's complicated.