email@example.com (Bruce R. Lewis) writes:
> This year some of my job has involved Oracle database programming using
> PL/SQL. It has been some of the most painful programming I've ever had
> to do. It was bad enough to motivate me to get cracking on an idea I'd
> been toying with in my head for some time.
Oh great, I'm just about to start ona project that is going to
require about a month worth of PL/SQL programming. Thanx for the
> FastCGI came to my rescue by allowing me to start up an MIT Scheme
> interpreter along with my web server. CGI requests are handled
> quickly. I will be putting this system into production use here at
> MIT. I've found it extremely easy to use, and expect it to become a
> de-facto standard when I publicize it to the world.
Have you tried putting an interpretor into the apache server via the
module API, much like people have done with Perl and Python? The
intepretor is loaded at the start and stays resident. I would think
that something like scsh embedded in Apache would be very useful.