Speeding up CGI access to Gem Rails

Speeding up CGI access to Gem Rails.

Jamis has a nice article demonstrating how he decreased the reload time from 2.4 seconds to just 1.1 seconds on CGI access to his Gem Rails application:

preferred installation method is RubyGems, a convenient, powerful
utility for installing Ruby libraries and applications. Unfortunately,
that convenience comes at a price—loading a library via RubyGems adds
some overhead. Recent releases of RubyGems have made some good progress
in reducing that overhead, but it still exists.

If you’re running WEBrick or FastCGI for development, this is not an issue, though. 
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