[Openmcl-devel] cl-http on clozure-cl
Chun Tian (binghe)
binghe.lisp at gmail.com
Sun Apr 5 00:46:22 EDT 2009
Hi, GB & James
In my cl-http copy (70.216 plus my changes), there's "port-template"
by Karsten Poeck.
On Clozure CL, compiling success but test failed:
[2009-04-05 12:34:34] Initializing Proxy Cache....
[2009-04-05 12:34:34] Restoring Proxy Cache from http:proxy-cache;....
[2009-04-05 12:34:34] Restored 0 cache entries from http:proxy-cache;.
[2009-04-05 12:34:34] Proxy Cache Initialized.
[2009-04-05 12:34:34] HTTP service enabled for: http://localhost:80/
;Loading #P"http:port;test;test-exports.lisp.newest"...Test with
Test with (http::test "license")
Test with (http::test "translations.lisp")
Test with (http::test "generated")
Test all with (test-all))
Reportable condition caught:
> Error: There is no applicable method for the generic function:
> #<STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION WWW-UTILS:BYTES-TRANSMITTED
> when called with arguments:
> (#<STRING-SERVER input #<STRING-INPUT-STREAM
#x3000433EBEAD>, output #<STRING-OUTPUT-STREAM #x3000433EBCCD>
> While executing: #<CCL::STANDARD-KERNEL-METHOD NO-APPLICABLE-METHOD
(T)>, in process listener(1).
> Type :GO to continue, :POP to abort, :R for a list of available
> If continued: Try calling it again
> Type :? for other options.
1 > :pop
I think there're only small bugs in it. Anyone here can fix them if
they have latest source code in hand.
The biggest problem of CL-HTTP is that its SVN is not public available
and only a small group of developer (not include me) has access to it,
two of them are Martin Simmons (LW) and Rainer Joswig. My cl-http copy
came from Rainer Joswig after I've been asking for it for more than
one year with some bug fixes ...
Latest CL-HTTP only runs on LispWorks perfectly. But on other
supported platforms' newest version (MCL 5.2, LCL 506, SCL, CMUCL) ,
there're many issues which need people fix it.
I hope JCMa can see this post and change his cl-http policy a bit.
Chun Tian (binghe)
On 2009-4-5, at 12:01, Gary Byers wrote:
> As far as I know, no one's done a port.
> I'd have to think (perhaps naively) that doing a port involves writing
> some platform-specific code (for things like networking/threads/
> that adheres to some public interface, and that there isn't likely
> to be
> a whole lot of that code.
> Anytime that I've ever looked at cl-http, I've been unable to
> how its code is organized, where that platform-specific code should
> and what those public interfaces are.
> I -think- that I once heard that someone (maybe Karsten Poeck ?) had
> written something - either a porting guide or a skeletal portability
> layer or both - for CL-HTTP, but I don't remember where I saw that and
> couldn't find it the last time that I looked.
> On Sun, 5 Apr 2009, james anderson wrote:
>> is there a clozure-cl port of cl-http?
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