[Lispweb] What tools ?
bmastenb at cs.indiana.edu
Fri Mar 25 17:33:48 CST 2005
On Mar 25, 2005, at 8:17 AM, Marco Baringer wrote:
> Pupeno <pupeno at pupeno.com> writes:
>> I'm new to Lisp, just starting. I'm interested in desktop
>> something off-topic here (I'm already checking McCLIM) but I'm also
>> interested in web development (that's why I'm here).
>> I've used to do PHP/MySQL over Apache development (aka LAMP) as well
>> Python/Zope/Plone development.
>> So, what do you recommend me ? if mod_lisp the way to go ? I honestly
>> like mod_php or mod_anything really, I think it's not a good
>> paradigm, Zope
>> seemed better. What's there in the Lisp world ? What do you recommend
>> (that is also mature for production) ?
>> Thank you.
> http://www.cliki.net/Web and
> http://home.comcast.net/~bc19191/blog/041017.html are nice
> starting points.
> the options are (these are the ones i personally have heard about
> 1) UCW - http://common-lisp.net/project/ucw
> 2) portableaserve - http://portableaserve.sf.net
> 3) tbnl - http://weitz.de/tbnl/
> 4) bknr - http://bknr.net/
> all of those have their own reuest/response helpers, templating
> systems and session management. afaik there's nothing like Zope for
Don't forget Araneida! http://www.cliki.net/Araneida
brian at mastenbrook.net
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