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hunchentoot:acceptor
Type: To create a Hunchentoot webserver, you make an instance of this class and use the generic function START to start it (and STOP to stop it). Use the :PORT initarg if you don't want to listen on the default http port 80. There are other initargs most of which you probably won't need very often. They are explained in detail in the docstrings of the slot definitions for this class. Unless you are in a Lisp without MP capabilities, you can have several active instances of ACCEPTOR (listening on different ports) at the same time.
  
hunchentoot:*acceptor*
Variable: The current ACCEPTOR object while in the context of a request.
  
hunchentoot:ssl-acceptor
Type: Create and START an instance of this class (instead of ACCEPTOR) if you want an https server. There are two required initargs, :SSL-CERTIFICATE-FILE and :SSL-PRIVATEKEY-FILE, for pathname designators denoting the certificate file and the key file in PEM format. On LispWorks, you can have both in one file in which case the second initarg is optional. You can also use the :SSL-PRIVATEKEY-PASSWORD initarg to provide a password (as a string) for the key file (or NIL, the default, for no password). The default port for SSL-ACCEPTOR instances is 443 instead of 80
  
(hunchentoot:acceptor-name object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-port object)
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(hunchentoot:execute-acceptor taskmaster)
Function: This is a callback called by the acceptor once it has performed all initial processing to start listening for incoming connections (see START-LISTENING). It usually calls the ACCEPT-CONNECTIONS method of the acceptor, but depending on the taskmaster instance the method might be called from a new thread.
  
(hunchentoot:request-acceptor object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-address object)
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(hunchentoot:taskmaster-acceptor object)
Undocumented
  
(hunchentoot:acceptor-ssl-p acceptor)
Function: Returns a true value if ACCEPTOR uses SSL connections. The default is to unconditionally return NIL and subclasses of ACCEPTOR must specialize this method to signal that they're using secure connections - see the SSL-ACCEPTOR class.
  
(hunchentoot:acceptor-reply-class object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-read-timeout object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-access-logger object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-request-class object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-write-timeout object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-message-logger object)
Undocumented
  
(hunchentoot:acceptor-request-dispatcher object)
Undocumented
  
(hunchentoot:acceptor-input-chunking-p object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-output-chunking-p object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-ssl-privatekey-file object)
Undocumented
  
(hunchentoot:acceptor-ssl-certificate-file object)
Undocumented
  
(hunchentoot:acceptor-ssl-privatekey-password object)
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(hunchentoot:acceptor-persistent-connections-p object)
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