[armedbear-devel] Fwd: How to compile and run Maxima with ABCL?

Robert Dodier robert.dodier at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 15:25:17 UTC 2012

On 2012-06-21, Phuc Luoi <phucluoi at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have never known about it, I will try it.  Well firstly i must learn to
> program in lisp. I have never programmed in lisp.

Oh, to use maxima-server.lisp you don't need to do any Lisp programming.
Just load("maxima-server.lisp"); and then: :lisp (server-run)
See the comments in maxima-server.lisp for more info.

>> What is the output of the Python HTTP server? You could probably write
>> that same functionality in Lisp, or maybe in Maxima itself.
> python takes all output of maxima an redirects http server. I choose
> http because its more robuster than primary tcp socket server.

OK, I guess, but then there is still the socket between Maxima and
Python, so in a sense that socket is still the weak link in the chain.
I'll let you be the judge of it.

> Yes, please tell me about that. Thanks you very much.

Take a look at share/contrib/noninteractive/noninteractive.mac. I'll
give some details later today.


Robert Dodier

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