On Thu, 07 Sep 2006 15:42:21 +0200, Torsten Zühlsdorff
> I have read, that lisp is "always" running while the php-script is at
> his end after some milliseconds and will start again at the next call -
> I have seen, that lisp has his own html-output-"implementation". Can i
> work with xml/xslt or other templates?
> And what are other differences in developing webapplikations in PHP or
> Greetings from Germany,
If you are used to PHP AllegroServe and ActionScript may be more to your
Both are available for free in one package.
In particular it takes care of sessions like PHP.
The big difference is that PHP can only run one script at a time.
It times out after 30 seconds. Lisp is a resident program it can handle
many connections at once and share data between the connections.
You can work with XSLT but quite frankly woring with HTML as list's
is more powerfull in Lisp. Try Alegro Coimmon Lisp (www.franz.com
They have a very stable and good web developement environment.
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