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Pow is a zero-configuration Rack server for Mac OS X.It makes developing Rails and Rack applications as frictionless as possible.This is very handy for debugging but sometimes it’s not desirable to have certain parameters, such as passwords, stored as plain text in the log.Rails 1.2 introduced the will only filter Action Controller request information.I’m very much a “Best Practices” guy and would like to be following the most common convention with the minimal amount of effort.

One such case is when keeping a separate logfile for auditing is a business requirement.

To create an audit log, simply create a new instance of You can then observe Action Controller activities when using using using the app object on the console, such as ‘/’.

For a brief tutorial on using app, see this post on Mike Clark’s weblog.

You can install it in ten seconds and have your first app up and running in under a minute.

No mucking around with , no compiling Apache modules, no editing configuration files or installing preference panes.

Linux, just with a few weird compat bugs (but doesn’t normal Linux also have those? Eventually, something like a standard “Install Rails on Ubuntu” tutorial should work on Bash on Ubuntu on Windows, but at the time of writing neither Rails has a few dependencies you’ll need to install. record scratch sound effects ) that is used by the Asset Pipeline to uglify Java Script. For Node v4: A 300ms improvement (nearly twice as fast) is wonderful and brings me closer to production server responses. I’m still learning the ins-and-outs of a third operating system.

I used to consider myself very Linux proficient, but not anymore faced with a naked install.

And running multiple apps with multiple versions of Ruby is trivial. A few simple conventions eliminate the need for tedious configuration.

Pow runs as your user on an unprivileged port, and includes both an HTTP and a DNS server.

If you want to know the current log level, you can call the Processing Articles Controller#create (for at 2008-09-08 ) [POST] Session ID: BAh7Bzo MY3Ny Zl9p ZCIl MDY5MWU1M2I1ZDRj ODBl Mzky MWI1OTg2NWQy Nz Vi Zj Yi Cm Zs YXNo SUM6J0Fjd Gl vbk Nvbn Ryb2xs ZXI6Ok Zs YXNo Ojp Gb GFza Ehhc2h7AAY6Ck B1c2Vkew A=--b18cd92fba90eacf8137e5f6b3b06c4d724596a4 Parameters: New article: Article should be valid: true Article Create (0.000443) INSERT INTO "articles" ("updated_at", "title", "body", "published", "created_at") VALUES('2008-09-08 ', 'Debugging Rails', 'I''m learning how to print in logs!!!

', 'f', '2008-09-08 ') The article was saved and now the user is going to be redirected...