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- Subject: Re: SOAP server side implementation
- From: Stefan Sandberg <keffo.sandberg@...>
- Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2008 15:22:55 +0200
What exactly was that contest? :) (and did the design of the 'device'
win, or the code?)
Terry Bayne wrote:
i know this has been addressed before (although last on the list i
could find dates 2 years back):
has anybody ever tried to write a SOAP server side implementation
in lua (in lua itself, not a SOAP server in C) , i.e. a lua script
which is executed on server side by a webserver/cgi?
im happy to follow links or ideas.
I've not done exactly that, but I have written a WebService application using gSoap that accepts arbitrary Lua scripts from a networked device that runs linux.
The program runs on a host PC and the linux device connects to the host PC via a USB network adapter.
It worked out really well - ended up wining a design contest with it.
But no, it's not totally implemented in lua, and to be honest I don't think I would want to take the performance hit for doing so.
If you want more details let me know.