View Full Version : Integrating Lisp and PHP?
October 15th, 2006, 05:00 PM
Okay, I've currently got a web server running on my computer with Apache and PHP5. I've been getting into Lisp recently, and considered trying to get set up with mod-lisp and such, only to find that it's a massive pain to try actually setting up a server to use LISP. So, is there some easy way I could integrate it with PHP? Maybe passing data for processing to a seperate Lisp program, or even implementing Lisp in PHP? I'm thinking the latter would be particularly interesting, but I've never tried to make an implementation of a programming language before; how difficult would it be?
October 16th, 2006, 06:21 AM
you can make the php script execute the lisp code and then print the results
EDIT: I think.
November 30th, 2006, 05:44 AM
If you want to go the PHP<->Lisp route the easyest thing to do would be to make PHP communicate with your Lisp-process using sockets.
http://www.sbcl.org/manual/Networking.html (my Lisp of coice)
It is an interesting way to do it; and it might be easier/better than mod_lisp in some ways because it means that other programmers can use your code and you can use their code.
If you want to go the mod_lisp route:
There is a typo in that post by the way:
"apxs2 -i -c /mod_lisp/mod_lisp2.c"
"apxs2 -i -c mod_lisp/mod_lisp2.c"
Lemme know if you need any help with any of this. :)
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