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lisp-network-server is a simple framework for writing Common Lisp network applications.
lisp-network-server framework takes care of listening on the network, accepting the connection and starting a new thread with handler functions of your network aware application.
lisp-network-server requires a sufficiently recent (0.9.4 works)
version of SBCL with:
- SB-THREAD (check *features*)
- SB-BSD-SOCKETS (see (require :sb-bsd-sockets))
Currently, this means that you need to run the whole stack on a Linux 2.6 kernel due to the requirements for SB-THREAD, but work for supporting SB-THREAD for SBCL on Solaris is under way.
Simply drop lns.lisp somewhere convenient do a (load "lns.lisp") and read lns.txt for detailed instructions.
What's New in This Release:
An ASDF system definition was added.
The code was switched to using bivalent streams to enable mixed character and binary I/O.
A time server was added to the examples (as a binary example).
Initialization of the fortune example was sped up.
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