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On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 3:02 AM, Asko Kauppi <> wrote:
> Good luck.


> As a minor correction to your list of "deep tables, closures, coroutines
> etc.", at least Lanes has no issues with deep tables. Maybe you meant large
> tables (takes more time to copy back-forth) or recursive tables (not
> implemented, to favor speed). Anyways, for closures and coroutines the
> argument is valid.

yep, i know some of the serialising solutions there are pretty
complete; but it's a heavy price to pay for parallelism.

> There are these two ways of seeing parallelism. And networking / multiple
> processes can be seen as third.

yep, in fact, the serialising step imposed by LuaLanes might make it
easy to evolve into a clustering solution without redesigning