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    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    Hello, Hans!
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    Hi!
    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    Nice to meet you :-)
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    My pleasure!
    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    I'm C++ programmer but recently hooked by Common Lisp. (And I'm new to Lisp.) After learning a bit of CL I don't like C++ like before. Now I'm developing a web service and use Hunchentoot for it. My small pull request #90 for Hunchentoot is the first contribution to Common Lisp software :-)
    Stas Boukarev
    @stassats
    huh
    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    hey Stas
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    i merged #90, thanks!
    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    Folks, I noticed that some of documentation strings have spaces at the beginning of the line starting from second line, and some of the documentation strings does not have such spaces. (And in the IDE documentation looks with indent which is ugly.) Is this excepted?
    expected
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    There should be no indenting. If you want to clean that up, it'd be great. You could also remove trailing white space in that commit.
    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    Well, Hans, I'll clean this up.
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    Thanks!
    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    Also, I've found some small bug, I'll make a pull request.
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    In your whitespace clean, please remove only white space and do no other reformatting.
    Pull requests with bug fixes are most welcome, of course :)
    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    Also, I've noticed in some documentation strings two spaces inbetween sentences but in some documentation strings - one space. How to deal with it?
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    I regularly put two spaces after a dot, but I think it is wrong. Maybe you can find an authoritative answer what's right and then make the docstrings be correct.
    Wikipedia says there is no "right" thing. Given that, two spaces behind a dot should be just fine.
    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    Well, I'll fix one space to two?
    :-)
    Dmitry Igrishin
    @dfigrishin
    My "authoritative" answer is follow the convention of HyperSpec - "one space after the dot", or follow the convention of Hunchentoot - "two spaces", but not both at the same time. :-)
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    If you want to fix the issue, you get to decide in which direction you're fixing it.
    I won't reject a pull request if you decide that one space is right.
    David Dotson
    @SneakyDave
    I assume I can use hunchentoot to just consume a web service? Are there any tutorials available for that, or can something "less heavy" than hunchentoot be used?
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    Hunchentoot is a http server. A web service is "consumed" by a client like Drakma.
    David Dotson
    @SneakyDave
    thanks for the clarification, I'll continue to look for some examples of Drakma consuming a restful web service.
    Florian Margaine
    @ralt
    hi
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    hello
    :)
    Adam Thorsen
    @awt
    Can hunchentoot accept fastcgi connections?
    Adam Thorsen
    @awt
    @hanshuebner ^
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    No, hunchentoot is a standalone http server. It does not support fastcgi or other non-http frontend integrations.
    Peter Stirling
    @pjstirling
    Hi, I'm trying to use drakma to upload (music) files to a hunchentoot server, and I'm finding that when the filename contains non-ascii characters POST-PARAMETER returns NIL. I assume I'm doing something
    dumb*
    Thiru
    @thiru
    Hi there
    Is it possible to do parameterized routes with hunchentoot?
    Bruno Burke
    @BurkeB
    Hello everyone, I joined this chat because of the same question. @thiru did you or someone else found a way to define an easy handler with a parameterized or wildcarded url?
    I want to define an uri for DELETE/GET actions: /api/blogposts/[id]
    Hans Hübner
    @hanshuebner
    easy-handlers do not directly support parametrized routes, but as the URI argument can be a function, you can call your routing function there.
    So the answer is "there is a way, but you need to write supporting code".
    @pjstirling It is probably too late, but my guess is that you have a character encoding problem. Does the problem occur with the hunchentoot-test server as well?
    Bruno Burke
    @BurkeB
    Thanks for your answer. That is everything I needed to know, to implement it!