Hi Luis, PicoLisp comes with httpGate, which is a http and https proxy using openssl library. It is usually run on port 80 and proxies connections to PicoLisp processes. I don't remember the exact command line arguments.
I don't use httpGate, but use nginx instead, see http://logand.com/blog/picolisp-behind-nginx-proxy.html Cheers, Tomas "Luis P. Mendes" <luisl...@gmail.com> writes: > Hi, > > > I couldn't find anything about the support of https in server side in > 'Picolisp by Example' and in 'Picolisp Works' books. > But, there's a thread > http://t8373.lisp-picolisp-general.lispforum.info/picolisp-ssl-problem-t8373-20.html > that seems to imply that https/SSL has been implemented. > So my question, can a https server application be build in Picolisp > with a certificate signed by some CA? > If so, what part of the documentation am I missing? > > Luis -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:email@example.com?subject=Unsubscribe