a developer\’s life

SBCL Lisp + Hunchentoot on a webserver

Posted by Michael on February 10, 2008

I don’t want just read books but do some real exercises. So I decided to give it a try and get sbcl + hunchentoot running on my public webserver with OpenSuse (64bit).

First installed a binary from sbcl.org and gave clbuild a try no chance without git and darcs and I didn’t want a ghc installation on the webserver. So just for a test did a ./clbuild buildsbcl – again with no luck, sbcl didn’t start just threw an exception.

Returned to a standard binary sbcl installation and asdf-install’ed hunchentoot with all necessary libs. There are some minor glitches I have to work on, but finally got a test page shown with hunchentoot !

Now the real work starts … 🙂


One Response to “SBCL Lisp + Hunchentoot on a webserver”

  1. deta said

    Nice to hear Hunchentoot works with SBCL. This is the best CL for me, and I’d like to give it a try.

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