"The rise of Merb comes as Ruby itself is on the
ascent, with developer search engine Koders.com claiming that Ruby
is now the fourth-most popular language, following Java, C/C+ and
C#. According to Merb's supporters, the field's newest entrant
could prove be the catalyst needed to propel Ruby even further,
enabling it to better challenge traditional enterprise
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