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On Sat, 27 Feb 1999, Per Bothner wrote: > > I've added password protection to the --server option in kawa.repl, but as > > yet I've been unable to get kawa to load a source file or otherwise > > execute some scheme code interactively for each client connection. > > Well, I don't know about any code you've added, but a server setting > up multiple read-eval-print-loops works for me. > > I.e. I start up the server > java kawa.repl --server 5555 > > I can then: > telnet HOSTNAME 5555 > (where HOSTNAME is the name of the system running the server) > and I get a read-eval-print prompt: > > deneb<1005> telnet femteppp 5555 > Trying XX.XX.XX.XX... > Connected to femteppp.cygnus.com. > Escape character is '^]'. > #|kawa:1|# (define xx 20) > #|kawa:2|# xx > 20 > #|kawa:3|# > > While this connection is active I can start another connection, > and it gets its own top-level environment. I'm sorry, I realize my question wasn't clear. (It was pretty late last night when I wrote). I'm certainly able to get the server running, with a top-level environment for each client. What I'd like to do is have each client's session execute an interactive program at connect time. For instance, if I have a program called Server.scm, I can run it interactively on the console: [localrich@dev-chaos server]$ kawa Server.scm Server: What is your name? Rich Server: What is your quest? to find the holy grail Server: What is for favorite color? red Server: Wrong Answer! #!eof What I'd like to do is run the same program for each client that connects, i.e. [localrich@dev-chaos server]$ kawa --server 5555 Server.scm & ... [localrich@dev-chaos server]$ telnet localhost 5555 Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to localhost. Escape character is '^]'. Server: What is your name? Rich Server: What is your quest? ... I hope this explains my question better. Rich Richard W. DeVaul What do I firstname.lastname@example.org Home: (617) 623-5849 see with my I? Lab: (617) 253-9706 www--> http://www.media.mit.edu/~rich/ <--www