LSP is designed to work with a separate web server library. The code comes with support for both the AllegroServe and Araneida servers, but it shouldn't be difficult to add support for other libraries (see lsp-aserve.lisp and lsp-allegroserve.lisp from the distribution for examples).
LSP itself should be portable ANSI Lisp code that will run in any Lisp implementation.
Example of publishing an LSP file:
(publish-lsp :path "/temperature.html" :file "/Users/wiseman/src/temperature.lsp" :server *my-server-or-http-listener*)
Example of an LSP file:
<html> <head> <title>LSP Example (AllegroServe)</title> </head> <body> <h1>LSP Example</h1> <h2>User Agent</h2> <%= (:princ-safe (or (net.aserve:header-slot-value request :user-agent) "None.")) %> <h2>Referrer</h2> <%= (:princ-safe (or (net.aserve:header-slot-value request :referer) "None.")) %> <h2>Query Variables</h2> <table> <% (let ((queries (request-query request))) (if (null queries) (html (:tr (:td "None."))) (dolist (query queries) (html (:tr (:td (:princ-safe (car query))) (:td (:princ-safe (cdr query)))))))) %> </table> <h2>Loop Of Dynamism</h2> <% (dotimes (i (+ (random 10) 1)) %> Hi!<br> <% ) %> </body> </html>
Hunchentoot LSP is a port of LSP that target the Hunchentoot webserver
See http://sourceforge.net/projects/lsp for a more serious attempt at doing this right, by Sunil Mishra and Tim Bradshaw.