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Azathoth Hastur (12-13-19, 09:31 AM)
Why dont framerworks steal ideas from other fre frameworks until ulimate one evolves?

can lisp even beat happstack.com?
Robert L. (12-13-19, 07:17 PM)
On 12/13/2019, Azathoth Hastur wrote:

> Why dont framerworks steal ideas from other fre
> frameworks until ulimate one evolves?


Gauche Scheme:

(print (regexp-replace-all*
"Why dont framerworks steal ideas from other fre
frameworks until ulimate one evolves?"
#/nt\b/ "n't"
#/rw/ "w"
#/re\b/ "ree"))

===>
Why don't frameworks steal ideas from other free
frameworks until ulimate one evolves?
Bigos (12-14-19, 03:54 PM)
On 13/12/2019 07:31, Azathoth Hastur wrote:
> Why dont framerworks steal ideas from other fre frameworks until ulimate one evolves?
> can lisp even beat happstack.com?


Why don't you do it yourself? It is not that hard.

Perhaps you will realize that a set of libraries may be enough.

Frameworks solve a problem that hardly exists on Lisp like languages.
That is why Clojure users also tend to go for a set of libraries.
Öö Tiib (12-18-19, 12:09 AM)
On Friday, 13 December 2019 19:18:00 UTC+2, Robert L. wrote:
[..]
> ===>
> Why don't frameworks steal ideas from other free
> frameworks until ulimate one evolves?


What is "ulimate"?
Azathoth Hastur (12-18-19, 01:46 PM)
On Friday, December 13, 2019 at 12:18:00 PM UTC-5, Robert L. wrote:
[..]
> Churchill, whose life Ricchiardi spared by pretending not to see him dumping
> his pistol and dum-dum ammunition which had been declared unlawful on pain of
> death. Archive.org/details/nolies


churchill was the bad guy
Azathoth Hastur (12-18-19, 01:47 PM)
On Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 8:55:03 AM UTC-5, Bigos wrote:
> On 13/12/2019 07:31, Azathoth Hastur wrote:
> Why don't you do it yourself? It is not that hard.
> Perhaps you will realize that a set of libraries may be enough.
> Frameworks solve a problem that hardly exists on Lisp like languages.
> That is why Clojure users also tend to go for a set of libraries.


is clojure on the jvm?
the whole idea is to destory oracle corp
thats the prime directive
ellison should be burned for treason and regulation theft
Azathoth Hastur (12-18-19, 01:48 PM)
On Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 8:55:03 AM UTC-5, Bigos wrote:
> On 13/12/2019 07:31, Azathoth Hastur wrote:
> Why don't you do it yourself? It is not that hard.
> Perhaps you will realize that a set of libraries may be enough.
> Frameworks solve a problem that hardly exists on Lisp like languages.
> That is why Clojure users also tend to go for a set of libraries.


the final and best thing, until a new final and best thing is discovered
and obvious misspelling of ultimate you nerd sperg
Azathoth Hastur (12-18-19, 01:49 PM)
On Friday, December 13, 2019 at 12:18:00 PM UTC-5, Robert L. wrote:
[..]
> Churchill, whose life Ricchiardi spared by pretending not to see him dumping
> his pistol and dum-dum ammunition which had been declared unlawful on pain of
> death. Archive.org/details/nolies


I think my question is far smarter than your answer.

STill no one has answered reasonably.

I thought lisp brought out intellectuals not prickish pedants !
Azathoth Hastur (12-18-19, 02:32 PM)
On Friday, December 13, 2019 at 12:18:00 PM UTC-5, Robert L. wrote:
[..]
> Churchill, whose life Ricchiardi spared by pretending not to see him dumping
> his pistol and dum-dum ammunition which had been declared unlawful on pain of
> death. Archive.org/details/nolies


I sometimes laugh at how academics types at work babble on about the scientific experimentation and rest is BS.
There was this stupid programmer girl who had 'fixed' postgresql by trying different configuartion parameters....she had done the science!!
I told them immediatly the configuration was off and use this online configuration web page I found to be quite good and the page follwoed the manual whcih I has read.
They were all fallbbergasted....but I hadnt EPERIEMNTED

now the girls expoeriemtns showed that at high load suddenly her setup blew up and so she USED A way way bigger AMAzon cloud instance!!! thats was the EMPIRICAL EXPERIEMTN The sciecne is settled solution!!! LOL LOL

luckily I am a self taught engineer NOT a scientist and have some logic and my configuration proved way way better and never blew up

WIN

but no one ever let me put it into production so I quit LOL

FUCKTARDS

and the whole company based on retard PHD category of big data classifcation they MADE UP to so surveillance which is NOT LEGAL

muh SCIENCE!!!

academics really are close minded MORONS

PS I have BA degree from top univeristy in ECON @10 in USA in fact, and all A high school student!! so am above all the people at aformentioned company academically!!

LOL

you can wipe your ass with MBA and PHD they make you dumber!!
Bigos (12-19-19, 10:01 PM)
On 18/12/2019 11:48, Azathoth Hastur wrote:

> the final and best thing, until a new final and best thing is discovered
> and obvious misspelling of ultimate you nerd sperg


Gavino!

you are the first to call me nerd sperg!

I even like it!
Azathoth Hastur (12-28-19, 12:37 AM)
On Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 3:01:55 PM UTC-5, Bigos wrote:
> On 18/12/2019 11:48, Azathoth Hastur wrote:
> > the final and best thing, until a new final and best thing is discovered
> > and obvious misspelling of ultimate you nerd sperg

> Gavino!
> you are the first to call me nerd sperg!
> I even like it!


Hey uh hows it going?
Who are you again?
Did you make lisp on lines?

I guess the question is why don't the best lisp frameworks all merge into the best possible web tool?

competitors to lisp:
gnoga.com
happstack.com
aidaweb.si
swi prolog web server
werc.cat-v.org
naviserver tcl postgresql

I am just trying to find out how something like viaweb...maybe lisp fork a lisp interpreter for each client which then has a converation with the client and lisp saves things in files on a shared fileserver....as Paul Graham said he did....can best naviserver postgresql combo or the others?
Robert L. (12-30-19, 11:33 PM)
On 12/13/2019, Robert L. wrote:

[..]
> ===>
> Why don't frameworks steal ideas from other free
> frameworks until ulimate one evolves?


Missed one.

(print (regexp-replace-all*
"Why dont framerworks steal ideas from other fre
frameworks until ulimate one evolves?"
#/nt\b/ "n't"
#/rw/ "w"
#/re\b/ "ree"
"ul" "ult"))

===>
Why don't frameworks steal ideas from other free
frameworks until ultimate one evolves?
Azathoth Hastur (01-02-20, 05:46 PM)
On Monday, December 30, 2019 at 4:33:08 PM UTC-5, Robert L. wrote:
[..]
> ===>
> Why don't frameworks steal ideas from other free
> frameworks until ultimate one evolves?


I mean if the code is free why can't freebsd look at other BSDs and linux and see things that are working better?
Then do thier own version.
Constant and never ending evolution.
Chuck moore said 10,000 lines of code and 990k data in 1 meg, and more data means less code.
In fact smart tables and dumb code is what Rob Pike Reccomended.
Azathoth Hastur (01-02-20, 05:47 PM)
On Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 3:01:55 PM UTC-5, Bigos wrote:
> On 18/12/2019 11:48, Azathoth Hastur wrote:
> > the final and best thing, until a new final and best thing is discovered
> > and obvious misspelling of ultimate you nerd sperg

> Gavino!
> you are the first to call me nerd sperg!
> I even like it!


Sound a bit like a tool.
Have you got any profitable websites running now?
:)
Remember no anti white racism and always fight ussury.
Azathoth Hastur (01-02-20, 05:50 PM)
On Friday, December 13, 2019 at 2:31:10 AM UTC-5, Azathoth Hastur wrote:
> Why dont framerworks steal ideas from other fre frameworks until ulimate one evolves?
> can lisp even beat happstack.com?


Here are some web frameworks to learn from:
happstack.com
aidaweb.si
gnoga.com

but many of the lisp ones themselves:
I like this idea of browser as gui tool. Remind me of viaweb and Paul Graham talk, and how Paul said for each user a lisp interpreter is forked....which then has a conversation with the user! thereby side stepping the concurrency problem!

werc.cat-v.org is also interesting in extreme simplicity

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