| Your LHP sounds interesting. Where can I find it?
You can't, sorry. It depends on my "appsrv" web applications
server infrastructure, which I hope to open-source at some point,
but it would take considerable effort to sanitize it of some
proprietary elements that crept in during its application to a
couple of clients, and my current work situation is chewing up
most/all of my spare time these days.
But given any of the other applications server infrastructures
available out there -- Araneida, cl-modlisp, Hunchentoot -- adding
an LHP-style hack yourself should be pretty easy. The code to add
LHP to my "appsrv" was only ~175 lines of CL. Just register a suffix
handler for ".lhp" with your applications server infrastructure.
Then when you get control, check to see if you've cached that page
yet -- if not, LOAD it -- and then call its driver function.
[Doing a COMPILE/re-COMPILE if needed is an optional extension.]
Note: In order to know the page's driver function, the page
has to have executed a callback into the LHP infrastructure
(an LHP-SET-PAGE-FUNCTION call, in my case) during the LOAD.
A bit clumsy, perhaps, but unfortunately CL's LOAD returns only
a generalized boolean, not a value computable by the LOADed code.
Rob Warnock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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