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- From: "Rafael - SosCpdTerra" <soscpd@...>
- Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 15:52:57 -0300
I like how this project sounds. Maybe not a JS Lua VM. Maybe a
Plugin? I have one http server too, and I use lua on it just like php in
apache. Use lua like js can be really powerfull, including database access
to client script? Sqlite, cache and css can put one entire web site on the
local machine with just one bytecode file and a sqlite database. Wooow...
that sounds nuts... and pretty fast!!!
If you guys like to join... I will start this project just today.
[mailto:email@example.com] Em nome de Tony Finch
Enviada em: quarta-feira, 25 de julho de 2007 16:14
Para: Lua list
On Wed, 25 Jul 2007, David Given wrote:
> Rob Kendrick wrote:
> > There are tricky aspects of cleverer more advanced aspects of each
> > language which are difficult to map onto the other, though. Syntax is
> > the easy bit.
> This is actually something I've been thinking about --- do you have any
> pointers on these issues that I can follow up on?
converted to a string before being used. This matters when using tables
or functions as table keys.
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