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- Subject: Multiple Lua global environment
- From: nelson@...
- Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 18:50:25 -0000
In order to create muiltiple lua global environment, I wonder which
part of sturctures/funtions of lua I should study.
The intention of that is, I would like to experiment a C++ object,
with a ability of creating/interacting/keeping [privately] it's own
lua gloabl environment.
What I can think of is:
A C++ class:
lua_State *MyL; // for Scripting this person's behavior!
using lua_object, and how?!
am I right?! sorry for being naive!!
And I want to create, 10,000 of them (at least!!), and see how the
performacne would be!!
Even though, I believe, it would be enough to have only one lua
global environment, I would like to try out this new feature (allow
to create multiple lua global environment) in verion 4.0.
Any Comment? Anyone actually has done that? Thanks!