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- Subject: Re: Standard Libraries: (was: and Lua marches on)
- From: spir <denis.spir@...>
- Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2009 12:07:34 +0100
steve donovan <firstname.lastname@example.org> dixit:
> If I can self-criticize here, Penlight has too much stuff that I
> thought was interesting/cute, and recently I've been thinking of
> deprecating some of the more obscure/underused modules and making them
> separate libraries (although fitting into the PL namespace). That is,
> defining the universally useful core of functions that deal with the
> filesystem and with table manipulation.
I guess "the Lua way" for a kind of std lib may be precisely that: a basic, light & right set of tools.
The issue beeing that there is AFAIK no "Lua style", in fact htis is precisely a trait of Lua and its community, I guess. So, there may be endless discussions on numerous style aspects. First of all, global/functions vs OO, and OO variants.
la vita e estrany