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File Date Author Commit
acl-compat 2013-12-11 Rudi Schlatte Rudi Schlatte [764302] Revert "use trivial-gray-streams in acl-compat"
aserve 2014-01-19 Rudi Schlatte Rudi Schlatte [e08a14] make some more tests pass
contrib 2004-02-09 rudi rudi [d5d785] cvsignore frobbery:
debian 2005-03-03 pvaneynd pvaneynd [80fd98] new debian version
.cvsignore 2004-02-09 rudi rudi [d5d785] cvsignore frobbery:
ChangeLog 2013-03-09 Rudi Schlatte Rudi Schlatte [559624] Quicklisp-ify paserve
INSTALL.lisp 2013-01-13 Rudi Schlatte Rudi Schlatte [c03141] Add cautionary cerror to INSTALL.lisp
README 2013-01-13 Rudi Schlatte Rudi Schlatte [aace9f] mention QuickLisp in README
README.cmucl 2013-03-09 Rudi Schlatte Rudi Schlatte [559624] Quicklisp-ify paserve
clean.sh 2004-02-09 rudi rudi [7a8ae2] Added silly little clean-up script.
logical-hostnames.lisp 2002-04-08 desoi desoi [125c64] Revised acl-compat logical host for MCL only. P...

Read Me

README --

This is a short description of what you will find
in the subdirectories of this archive

 ./acl-compat/            Several ACL compatibility hacks
 ./aserve/                The AServe source
 ./debian/                Debian package files
 ./contrib/               Additional useful (?) code contributed by users
 ./logical-hostnames.lisp Some logical-pathname-translations needed by defsys
 ./README                 This file
 ./README.cmucl           Additional documentation for CMU Common Lisp
 ./INSTALL.lisp           Quick installation (deprecated)
 
 To run Portable AllegroServe, best install QuickLisp
 (http://quicklisp.org/) and evalute (ql:quickload :aserve).

 Loading the file aserve:example.cl and evaluating
 (aserve-example::start-server :port 2001) starts an AllegroServe
 server on http://localhost:2001 that shows off some of the things
 possible with AllegroServe.  Depending on the Lisp implementation, it
 might be necessary to give additional arguments :chunking nil and/or
 :listeners 0, since chunked transfer encoding and multi-threading are
 not supported everywhere.


Regards,
Jochen Schmidt

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