Subject: Re: Lisp as a CGI-bin script
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 1996/12/06
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <5888ik$>

Mark Chaves  <> wrote:
| Has anyone implemented Lisp as a CGI-bin scripting language?
| Does there exist a set of libraries that would support
| Lisp as a CGI-bin scripting language?

You might want to browse the following, some of which is Scheme-based
(but what the heck):  [note file cgi-echo.scm]

If you just want to mess around a little, the cgi-bin stuff that comes
with the SIOD version of Scheme might be simplest (though be warned that
SIOD is not R4RS-compatible -- it's closer to SICP1).

For really *basic* examples, see Chapter 16, "Example: Generating HTML",
in Paul Graham's "ANSI Common Lisp". (The code in the book may be fetched
via anon-FTP.)


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