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- Subject: Re: Lua Library Design Workshop
- From: Reuben Thomas <rrt@<a href="/cgi-bin/echo.cgi?mupsych.org">...</a>>
- Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 16:12:36 +0000 (GMT)
> Here is an incomplete list of topics that we discussed at the Lua
> Library Workshop. Maybe the other attendees of the workshop can help to
> complete it.
Sounds like a profitable day.
> The essence of the proposal is to remove functions like writeto which
> handle files implicitly.
> * A big topic of discussion was name space management.
> * Loading of object files at run-time.
> * A mechanism that forces variable declarations in large projects.
All recent topics of intense discussion on the mailing list, so it sounds
like a worthwhile use of time.
> * Christian Carrilo suggested some changes to the C API to support Lua
> threaded environments better. The details escaped me because I don't
> write threaded programs.
Again, sounds good.
Not perhaps as ambitious (or far-reaching) as I'd hoped, but probably much
better in terms of concrete results, and much more realistic for actually
Getting Things Done in a single day.
Well done, the organisers and participants.
Kleineken: refreshes the dimensions other beers cannot reach