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- Subject: RE: PATCH: true C coroutines -- yield across C stack from anywhere
- From: "Jean-Christophe Capdevila" <jccapdevila@...>
- Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 14:40:45 +0200
Hi to all,
I'm planning to use lua coroutines in my script engine, and i am wondering
if it is possible to tell lua to restart at a specific line of code when you
resume a thread.
For example i have the following function used to create a coroutine:
function Myfunction( )
local index = 0
while index < 1000 do
-- call dummy function
-- call special C function that will yield or allow coroutine to
-- continue execution
WaitEvent( idEvent )
index = index + 1
What i want to do is that when the C function WaitEvent is called, it yields
That is working perfectly, but i want the coroutine to restart at the
function WaitEvent and not the line after ( index = index + 1 )...
In this way, each time i call a resume on the coroutine, the same C
function is called and decide if coroutine must yield and stay at it, or
continue it's execution..
Does anybody already made such a thing ???
Thanks in advance..
PS: sorry for my bad english.