[plt-scheme] Web server setup and documentation

From: Eli Barzilay (eli at barzilay.org)
Date: Tue Jun 3 09:45:53 EDT 2008


* The download.plt-scheme.org/doc stuff is relevant for 372,
  docs.plt-scheme.org is relevant for the pre-release.

* The reason the 372 docs are not good is (I think, I'm not the one
  who wrote or maintained them) that they weren't kept in line with
  the code.

* Your best option is to get the nightly builds.

On Jun  3, Paul Stadig wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. When you say the documentation on
> plt-scheme.org are the docs relevant to 372 what do you mean?
> The docs on the website talk about constructing configurations using
> 'load-configuration and 'load-configuration-sexpr which don't exist
> in the 372 distribution. The descriptions of the 'serve function are
> also different than what I'm seeing in my installation. Should I be
> using the prerelease docs, or are the prerelease docs going to be
> more up-to-date than my distribution (i.e. they may mention new
> features that don't exist in 372)?
> Is there a place to find documentation that will match the 372 distribution
> of web-server, or should I just look through the code to figure it out? I
> have no problem doing that, I just want to try to save some time.

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