Newsgroups: comp.lang.scheme, comp.lang.lisp
From: Anthony Ventimiglia <anthony.at.ventimiglia.dot....@spam.dev.null>
Date: Sat, 08 Nov 2003 03:33:46 GMT
Local: Fri, Nov 7 2003 10:33 pm
Subject: Re: web application framework
Adrian Kubala <adr...@sixfingeredman.net> writes:Take a look at CLHP http://common-lisp.net/pjoject/clhp/
> I'm fixing to write a basic database web frontend for HR data. I'd really
> like to do it in Scheme. I've been paid only to write PHP for the last
> several years and so I've accumulated a very practical, lightweight
> collection of libraries: sql manipulation, MVC forms, object-relational
> layer, db abstraction, date libs, etc., and I can't justify rewriting all
> this stuff, straightforward though it may be. There's also the fact that
> I'm relatively new to Lisp and I'd rather start (and learn) from a
> foundation created by experienced programmers than risk hacking together
> an ugly, un-Lispy framework which I eventually have to throw away.
> So I'm wondering if there are any existing open-source projects which can
> Common Lisp would be ok too -- I prefer Scheme because it seems to have
I've basically written it to be able to do what PHP does, only using
I'm calling it alpha, but I've been using it to develop web sites,
Check it out, it may suit your needs, if you like it, please feel free
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