Content tagged lisp

This blog is mainly about writing code, so it contains many code snippets that look much nicer when colored according to the syntax of their language. The code coloring has become slow lately due to suboptimal interactions between lisp and python and needs to be improved.

It would be cool to write webapps in Common Lisp. To do that, you typically need to perform some magic on the server-side. FastCGI is a fairly convenient way to do it and it also works with Common Lisp, albeit, as always, it takes some deciphering.

This blog is built using a customized version of Coleslaw - a static Common Lisp blogware. This post shares some insight into how it is done.