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- Subject: Re: LuaJIT + Pluto coroutine issue
- From: joe rossi <bigcirde@...>
- Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 23:32:35 -0800 (PST)
>>Persisting JIT code is a bag of worms that I'm not
really >>qualified to open.
All tests pass except for Thread resume and Open
upvalues. I haven't tried much other than pptest.lua.
You can remove my bug at luaforge, it's not Pluto.
>>only save/restore data structures (and not
coroutines) then the >>combination of LuaJIT and Pluto
would probably work
It seems unfeasible given the nature of LuaJIT, but
the two seem to work. I can use it as-is for my
purposes but it would be fun to resume coroutines.
>>this is more a problem with Coco than with LuaJIT.
True the issue is in Coco, not LuaJIT or Pluto. I
don't know if it can unpersist yet. For me any
coroutine.resume() blows up.
Can you confirm this to crash an unmodified
co = coroutine.create(function(x) print(x..', plz')
coroutine.resume( co, 1 )
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