Hi Alex,

sounds like httpGate is an interesting and quite capable part of the
ecosystem. I haven't had time to try it out at all myself, focusing on
trying to learn the picoLisp language itself for now. Maybe I'll try and
find some time to experiment a bit.

New release coming up on monday? Looking forward to that!

Best regards,


On 28 June 2014 10:28, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wrote:

> Hi Mattias,
> > how about adding a separate httpGate_readme? This file could contain
> build
> > instructions and a short introduction and be expanded later. Perhaps
> > pointing to a future httpGate documentation section on the picolisp
> website?
> Yes. In fact, when I wrote about "on my todo list" before, I thought of
> my plans to write an httpGate article in the Wiki.
> There is more to 'httpGate' than I've communicated until now. I use it
> to auto-start applications on the server, based on symbolic names in a
> configuration file mapping to the application-specific ports. This works
> in combination with '<ping>' (to keep applications alive) and 'retire'
> (to stop idle applications).
> Just couldn't find the time yet ;-)
> ♪♫ Alex
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