Thu, 15 Jul 1999 23:29:47 +0200
ABW>> Don't knock PHP3 as a server side development language [...]
Tril> The rule is who contributes chooses the language,
Tril> so if someone wanted to use PHP3
Tril> and could fulfill the requirements that would be no problem.
Exactly! My advice about using CL-HTTP over CMUCL was but that:
a piece of advice. The hard constraints are that it ought to keep versions
(either by itself, or by using text files that can be CVS'ed),
that it be real software (i.e. source code) and freely available.
The soft constraint is that the code ought to migrate to Tunes,
that will have a LISP system at its core. Hence the suggestion about CL-HTTP.
PS: I'm told that CL-HTTP works well and is multithreaded on CMUCL/i386.
I'm also told that DrScheme 100alpha4 is out,
and may run on the bare hardware thanks to the OSkit...
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