lisp-network-server is a simple framework for writing Common Lisp network applications. It takes care of listening on the network, accepting the connection, and starting a new thread with handler functions of your network-aware application.
|Tags||Internet Software Development|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: More robust error handling that now catches broken network streams and aborts correctly. Log files aren't opened and threads started at read time, but by an explicit (lns:start-framework) call at runtime. This release adds a (daemon) function (exported), and has updated and improved documentation.
Release Notes: An ASDF system definition was added. The code was switched to using bivalent streams to enable mixed character and binary I/O. A time server was added to the examples (as a binary example). Initialization of the fortune example was sped up.
No changes have been submitted for this release.