teepeedee2 is a webapplication framework for dynamic webpages. It's goal is to be fast
Very rough notes!
$ cd teepeedee2
$ lx86cl -K utf-8
Now enter into the Lisp
(asdf:oos 'asdf:load-op 'teepeedee2)
If some dependencies are missing, either download and install them by hand, or use the following
(require 'asdf-install) (loop for x in '(:cffi :iterate :cl-irregsexp :trivial-backtrace) (asdf-install:install x))
To start the server listing on port 8888, do the following
(in-package #:tpd2) (loop for port in '(8888) do (let ((socket (tpd2.io:make-con-listen :port port))) (tpd2.io:launch-io 'tpd2.io:accept-forever socket 'tpd2.http:http-serve))) (tpd2.io:event-loop)
Now go to http://localhost:8888/
(in-package #:tpd2) (defsite *bench*) (with-site (*bench*) (defpage "/test" (name) :create-frame nil (tpd2.ml.html:<h1 "Hello " name))) (launch-io 'accept-forever (make-con-listen :port 3000) 'tpd2.http::http-serve) (event-loop)
$ ab -n 100000 -c10 http://127.0.0.1:3000/test?name=John
This webserver is not finished and I wrote it to learn and experiment with Common Lisp. There is a lot to be tidied up, now I know the language better. If you have any interest in using it, please get in touch with me, John Fremlin firstname.lastname@example.org, or http://john.fremlin.org/contact.html
It is faster than all(?) other web application frameworks for serving small dynamic webpages. Please let me know if you have a case where another framework is faster!
You can see benchmarks comparing it to other web application platforms like PHP and Rails in this presentation http://tlug.jp/meetings/2008/11/serving-dynamic-webpages-in-less-then-a-millisecond_john-fremlin_handout.pdf
You can see an example of it running a blog on http://john.freml.in.
However, it also includes general support libraries for quickly generating XML/HTML (tpd2.ml2), for doing fast networking in a continuation passing style, i.e. fast event driven userspace threading (tpd2.io).
For an example application, loaded by default, see the src/game directory.
The addons/ directory contains a few of the other projects (but not all) that teepeedee2 depends on. They are released under their own licence.
The licence for most of tpd2 is the Lisp LGPL. However, I take no profit from making this, and request that if you make an application with it, please release the source so others can learn from it. Don't be selfish!
It runs on SBCL and ClozureCL. It shouldn't be hard to port to other modern Common Lisps.