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Pushing Haunt to Its Limits

December 12, 2022 ❖ Tags: writeup, programming, lisp, guile, scheme, webdev

When I began to pen this article, my intent was merely to describe a comment system I'd written in Guile. But as often happens when I write, my words escaped the scope I had originally intended, and I soon found myself recording the history of every line of code I've written that's ever been run by a web server. I settled on allowing this to be an article about incorporating dynamic content into a Haunt site – a use-case that Haunt probably wasn't built to support, but which works surprisingly well due to Haunt configurations being ordinary Scheme programs.

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