|Xach||that trick's been mentioned a couple times in the past few weeks.|
|antifuchs||vy: you could make an echo-stream backed by two string-in/output streams, but I doubt it's going to be more concise|
|kencausey||Ah, well, reading comprehension maybe is my problem|
|Xach||http://xach.livejournal.com/116552.html is what i had in mind, mostly.|
|antifuchs||vy: ...it's possible that it's going to be less memory-intensive. hm.|
|kencausey||or lack of attention to details that don't seem interesting at the time|
Xach: I remember it but I guess I didn't read past the first paragraph.
luckily I don't have a blog to send you anyway ;)
|Cowmoo||trying a (defstruct (exp ...)) tells me a lock on package COMMON-LISP is being violated|
where in CL does EXP already exist?
|Cowmoo||ok that's not what I meant to ask|
it's a function though, not a struct? why the clash?
|Jasko||Cowmoo, probably one of the functions defstruct generates is clashing|
|rahul||Cowmoo: what if someone else defines a struct exp in their package?|
|Cowmoo||rahul: I dont' understand|
|rahul||think about what will happen|
what will they be defining and what will you be defining
|Cowmoo||a struct exp being defined while mine has already been defined?|
functions will clash
|Cowmoo||ah thanks piso|
|ksjanjenkins||Question to whomever : anyone have experience running lisp through an apache web server?|
For instance mod_lisp
of any other solution.
|action||kencausey prefers the concept of hunchentoot and mod_proxy if you absolutely must|
|kencausey||prefers the concept of hunchentoot and mod_proxy if you absolutely must|
|ksjanjenkins||hunchentoot... what is that?|
|Shine||ksjanjenkins: yes, I have tried TBNL with mod_lisp and wrote a tutorial, but it is a bit outdated: http://www.frank-buss.de/lisp/tbnl.html hunchentoot may be better|
|Modius||IS there any way to visualise macrolet expansion?|
|ksjanjenkins||Shine, thanks much|
|l_a_m||ksjanjenkins: THE web server in CL :)|