Todd Gillespie <email@example.com> wrote:
| I wrote up a module for use of persistent Scheme interpreters in Apache2.
| Hopefully this will be helpful to anyone who needs to interoperate with
| Apache, as well as giving new users another environment in which to try
| Scheme. Comments appreciated.
Have you compared yours to Marc Battyani's "mod_lisp"?
His provides connections (optionally persistent or re-usable)
to an external Common Lisp (or Scheme) process, roughly patterned
on the "mod_jserv" style. It's about 1.5 years old, and has
gotten pretty-good reviews. It allows you to use whatever
version of CL or Scheme you like, so you're not restricted
Rob Warnock, 30-3-510 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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