August 19, 2003
Review of Lisp web server APIs

The lispweb mailing list has woken up a bit, with Dan Barlow kicking off a survey of lisp web server APIs.

The first step towards standardizing is to study the existing work, and I'm going to start with the work I know best, because I wrote it: Araneida. I invite authors and users of other CL web servers to review their tools against similar criteria (configuration, HTTP request model, URI manipulation tools) and follow up here. A list of links to responses will be collected, probably on an ALU wiki page set up for the purpose. Very well, then. Let's go

So far they've covered Araneida, cl-modlisp, AllegroServe, Edi Weitz's TBNL, Nic Ferrier's HIPY and O-Plan.

Posted by jjwiseman at August 19, 2003 02:23 PM
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