[Lispweb] Mod_lisp 2.0 released
craig at red-bean.com
Tue Jun 19 14:45:46 CDT 2001
Craig Brozefsky <craig at red-bean.com> writes:
> Some reasons I would want to preserve the mod_webapp or mod_lisp
> 1. Already in use.
> 2. Pretending your a Java servlet has an irresistable charm.
> 3. Both use persistent sockets already without requiring any extra
> 4. I don't have Allegroserve ported to CMUCL yet.
One thing I forgot is that these shims, and I beleive mod_lisp already
supports this, can provide an interface for things besides just
requests, something I think that mod_proxy would be hard pressed to
do, such as logging, content translation, authentication, URL
rewriting and other services the Apache module API allows.
But again, I think it would do an app server good to support all of
these interfaces to the outside world, and provide the user with the
union of all of their advantages.
Craig Brozefsky <craig at red-bean.com>
"Indifference is the dead weight of history." -- Antonio Gramsci
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