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Well, maybe not. I think the implementation of ejabberd is lacking in many ways, but that may be only my personal preference. For one, I'm trying to follow the OTP Design Principles as much as possible. I don't feel that ejabberd is very well organized, however I've not actually tried to use it, only browsed the source.

My implementation is not very likely to become working for actual use in a while, being home with my 16 month old son doesn't give me much time over with the computer ;c) But I have great plans for my jabber server, for one, it should be really simple to implement extensions for it, so I expect to have support for most XEP's not too long after I have the core functionality in place (in development time, not calendar time). At the moment, alot of time goes into learning Erlang though, slowing the whole process down a bit.

One thing that remains to be figured out is if/how I could/should toss Lua into the mix (since I love it so much ;c)

Enough jabbering from me now.. ;c)


----- Original Message ----- From: "Sam Roberts" <>
To: "Lua list" <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2009 11:39 PM
Subject: Re: Calling into Lua from Erlang

On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 2:08 PM, Andreas Stenius
<> wrote:
I've been thinking about the marriage of Erlang<->Lua for a while, but
haven't yet come up with the need for it... Still learning Erlang though (by
implementing a xmpp server ;c).

Trying to compete with

? :-)