Aria Stewart (aredridel) wrote,
Aria Stewart


I've been using the Camping Microframework for a while now, and really liking making web apps with it. It's suffering a little bit, though, from its concession to its self-imposed 4K limit on code size.

I'd like to suggest another benchmark: 4K × (1+log2 version).

That'd put Camping 1.6 at 6021 bytes, and Camping 2.0 at 6935 bytes. So much wiggle room! I bet we could even get basic WebDAV in version 2 that way.

There'd even be room to improve the parser for R(), removing a few of the pointy bits from the simplicity of that routine, and a few other things.

Tags: camping, geek

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