[Openmcl-devel] cl-http on clozure-cl
eslick at media.mit.edu
Mon Apr 6 12:26:44 EDT 2009
Hunchentoot definitely works ok ccl and sees heavy use. There are a
number of frameworks and form processing systems that run on top of it
(ucw, weblocks, and simple stuff like cl-who, etc.)
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On Apr 6, 2009, at 12:22 PM, Ron Garret <ron at awun.net> wrote:
> Do you really need CL-HTTP or would portable Allegroserve do? I was
> able to get that up and running a long time ago without much
> On Apr 5, 2009, at 2:32 AM, james anderson wrote:
>> On 2009-04-05, at 10:42 , Karsten Poeck wrote:
>>> I have an initial port for cl-http on clozure checked in the
>>> private svn
>>> of JCMA. I cannot claim that it is complete, but the demo site is
>>> running fine last time I checked. Will test today if it still works
>>> ccl 1.3
>> this is good news.
>> as rainer's note confirms, there would be only a very finite amount
>> to port and the mcl-specifics would be a fine start, but if it has
>> already been done, that would certainly be better than to do that
>> work again.
>> if john would be willing to permit even semi-public access, that
>> would be nice.
>>> As Gary said, this just involves writing some platform specific
>>> code for
>>> networking, threads and pathname issues. The hardest part was to
>>> engineer the public interfaces.
>>> Will have to check with JCMA how the code can be made publically
>>> In article <15B2C297-C0E9-4A92-BBA1-7D054E2CFF3A at gmail.com>,
>>> "Chun Tian (binghe)" <binghe.lisp at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Hi, GB & James
>>>> In my cl-http copy (70.216 plus my changes), there's "port-
>>>> by Karsten Poeck.
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