Advanced web-framework for Common Lisp (by weblocks-framework)
When I click on the link from weblocks-framework/weblocks: Advanced web-framework for Common Lisp (github.com) it's gone ?
This fork was created to experiment with some refactorings. They are collected in branch "reblocks".
The code is here: https://github.com/40ants/weblocks The project page is here: 40ants.com/weblocks/
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