Subject: Re: THX for help. Another question...
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 1999/03/03
Newsgroups: comp.lang.scheme
Message-ID: <7big4t$>
Michel Schinz  <> wrote:
| Miki Tebeka <> writes:
| > > ...can I write an application that listens on a
| > > TCP socket for some client's requests?
| > 
| > SCSH is what you're looking for.
| The only problem is that scsh does not run under win95, and if I'm right,
| Carlo wants his system to run on win95.

Try either MzScheme:

or SIOD:

both of which run on Win95 (and Unix) and both of which contain a socket
library. The SIOD distribution comes with "http-server.scm", which at
only 1815 bytes has to be just about the smallest HTTP daemon ever! ;-}
(O.k., it doesn't do much but serve up one static page, but all the
hooks are there for more...)

[Caveat: SIOD is not R4RS-compatible, which is why I mentioned MzScheme.]


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