Hi all, please note that with 220.127.116.11 (the current testing version), a small but critical change was introduced into the GUI.
Before, Lisp function calls could be embedded into URLs with the '@' syntax. Examples are the 'start' and 'stop' functions in the demo "app/". Now, '!' must be used instead of '@'. As a consequence, some existing applications need to be fixed: All occurrences of "@someFunction" in the GUI context must be changed to "!someFunction". The reason for the change was that the '@' meaning "function" conflicts with the '@' meaning "path to the installation directory". The server tried to execute, for example, "@lib.css" as a function, instead of sending it as a plain file to the client. This makes it effectively impossible to use the installation path syntax in URLs. Unfortunately, this conflict was not noticed here at 7fach, because we _always_ run applications in a local (installation-directory relative) setup. And default installations from the release tarball were also strictly local. Recently, however, PicoLisp began to appear in some Linux distributions. Here the conflict became apparent, because the tutorial examples and demo applications didn't run properly in a global installation where they reside in "/usr/share/picolisp" instead of the user's current working directory. This is resolved with the the described change. Please excuse the inconvenience. Cheers, - Alex -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Unsubscribe