Kenneth Tilton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| Rob Warnock wrote:
| > So are you using HTOUT, CL-WHO, or something of your own devising
| > to emit the HTML?
| Wait. Commie Pinko Lisp does not have a built-in standard HTML library?
| PWUAUAHHHAHAHAHHAA! <loser!!!!/>
| Which one* did Edi write? I'll use that. I use ACL's now...
Tim Bradshaw wrote HTOUT <http://www.tfeb.org/lisp/hax.html#HTOUT>
(which I use, mainly because it was there first) and Edi Weitz wrote
CL-WHO <http://weitz.de/cl-who/>, but there's a combination of options
that makes their user interfaces nearly identical so I'd be inclined to
give the user their choice. [Oh, and both have non-viral free licenses...]
But if you're already using ACL's (John Foderaro's), then you
should know that HTMLGEN is available under an LLGPL license, see
<http://www.cliki.net/htmlgen> & <http://constantly.at/lisp/htmlgen.tar.gz>.
Of course, there are certainly a bunch of others out there, see
<http://www.cliki.net/Lisp%20Markup%20Languages>, but probably one
or more of the above three is what you want.
| * I mean which one out of the three he wrote is best?
What were the other two? I only know about CL-WHO.
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