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+ Setting up Dragonfly is easy, there are only two steps, copying files, and changing the configuration to suit your site. Typically the configuration needs no adjusting, but depending on your situation you may need to make some adjustments.
+ <p>If you meet those requirements, great! If you're using a custom web server, you might want to setup your own redirection script based on the .htaccess file.
+ <p>Edit the 'config.lsp' file in dragonfly-framework.<br/><br/>Read through the comments (they begin with a semi-colon) for instructions on what the settings are for.<br/><br/>If you want to prevent .html files from being processed through Dragonfly, open the .htaccess file in the site root and read the comments there for how to disable that behavior.
- <li>We assume that You've already installed newLISP. If not, then download it first at <% (link_to_external "official site of newLISP" "http://www.newlisp.org/") %></li>
- <li>Then download the latest version of <% (link_to_external "Dragonfly at GoogleCode" "http://code.google.com/p/dragonfly-newlisp/downloads/list") %></li>
- <li>Start the builtin webserver by typing "newlisp -http -c -d 8080 -w /path/to/your/archive"</li>
- <li>Open Your browser and navigate to <% (link_to_external "http://localhost:8080/" "http://localhost:8080/") %></li>
- <p>The Dragonfly framework comes with a number of folders. The root folder is called <b class="files">dragonfly-framework</b>. This folder contains just two files, <b class="files">dragonfly.lsp</b> and <b class="files">README.TXT</b>. The <b class="files">dragonfly.lsp</b> contains core functions like routing and benchmarking.</p><br/>
- <p>The subfolders are <b class="folders">config</b>, <b class="folders">docs</b>, <b class="folders">helpers-active</b>, <b class="folders">helpers-inactive</b>, <b class="folders">modules-active</b> and <b class="folders">modules-inactive</b>.</p><br/>
- <p>Your web applications config will be stored in the subfolder <b class="folders">config</b>, in the file <b class="file">dragonfly_config.lsp</b>.</p>