Subject: Re: Does Common Lisp have a socket library?
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: 1998/02/11
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>

* Chang Cheng Chao
| Hi, everyone, does Common Lisp have a socket library.  If it does, how do
| I import it?  I need it to output data from Lisp to Java in order to
| display it in a web-browser.  Thanks for your help.

  which Common Lisp implementation do you use?  for Allegro CL for Unix,
  you will find a socket library at in /pub/socket.

  the CLX sources come with a simple foreign function interface to socket
  code in C, and I expect all Lisp implementations to have CLX ported to
  them.  this could be a start if you can't find a full-fledged library.