12 Nov 2007 mathrick   » (Journeyer)

CGI-Lisp 0.5

Following the best agile methodologies, with rapid turnaround, short deliverables, tight customer feedback loop and probably something else involving “leveraging” and “assets”, <s>I’m</s> we’re proud to announce CGI-Lisp 0.5, the latest incarnation of the market-leading, award-winning product in the mod_lisp-compatible CGI-to-Lisp bridges space.

I call it 0.5 because I think it pretty much complete, but not enough to insist there are no bugs to be fixed or additions to be made.

Highlight of changes:

  • POST now considered working. I haven’t actually done anything to make it so, but I tested it and mapped enough variables to have it actually useful (and it turns out to be working out of the box otherwise).
  • Much more complete mappings. It should have most of the variables anyone cares about now.
  • Tested a bit more. And by tested I mean “played with several Hunchentoot applications and found them not breaking horribly”.


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