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Re: Is there a mod-emacs?

From: thorne
Subject: Re: Is there a mod-emacs?
Date: Sun, 06 Jan 2008 03:01:15 -0700
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Tim X <> writes:

> There is an emacs elisp httpd server (at least there use to be one), but no
> mod_emacs that I'm aware of. 

I wonder about the security of such a thing.  But it would be fun to try
getting it to serve my personal web page.

> Of course, this is a rather resource expensive way of serving a few pages -
> you would always have to have an emacs image loaded or accept fairly slow
> responses (depending on machine/resoruces etc). 
> I think a better solution would be to add a hook to the org mode save
> function that does an automatic export as html whenever the org file is
> updated. The pages can then be served by a regular httpd process and as a
> new export is done whenever the org file is saved, the pages will always be
> up-to-date (provided they are edited by emacs of course).

True, but the fun would be in using Emacs to do dynamically generated
pages.  Emacs could be the world's slowest Web Application

Theron TtlÄx

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