Mark Tarver <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| I mean a script that allows me to build interactive web pages.
See <http://rpw3.org/hacks/lisp/clisp-demo.cgi> for a
page which I suspect you might consider "interactive".
Caveat: The server "rpw3.org" is running FreeBSD, not
Windows, and as you'll see from the source (included)
I had to write a small CGI library of my own (but perhaps
<http://www.cliki.net/lisp-cgi-utils> will do if you
don't want to write your own).
p.s. <http://rpw3.org/hacks/lisp/appsrv-demo.lhp> runs
a *LOT* faster than the above CGI script, since it uses
(1) compiled CMUCL code, and (2) a persistent Lisp server
that caches previously-referenced pages. But that's a
whole 'nother story...
Rob Warnock <email@example.com>
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