May 20, 2002

Mike asked me the other day about tools for starting lisp server daemons from /etc/rc.d, and this morning I saw David Lichteblau's world, which is (from the cliki page) "a small unix shell script (with some Lisp code, of course) to start Lisp worlds in the background (using screen, so that you can re-attach when needed) and communicate with the world.".

It's supposed to work with cmucl and acl, at least.

Dan Barlow's detachtty is another tool for starting and running lisp server processes.

Posted by jjwiseman at May 20, 2002 12:04 AM
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