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- Subject: Re: GSoC 2010 Project Ideas
- From: Peter Kümmel <syntheticpp@...>
- Date: Fri, 05 Feb 2010 21:41:38 +0100
Am Mittwoch, den 27.01.2010, 03:05 -0500 schrieb Patrick Donnelly:
> Hi All,
> Google has announced the next Google Summer of Code . There have
> been attempts in the past to form an official Lua project. While I
> think it would be great for that to happen, it probably won't be a
> reality this year (unless some super secret group has something
> cooking). I thought it would be useful to have any potential students
> reading the list to be able to find a list of projects that are using
> Lua to choose from. So here are two projects that are very likely to
> be accepted that use Lua:
> o Nmap's Script Engine (NSE): http://nmap.org/soc/
> (Keep in this page hasn't been updated from last year.)
> There are two principal needs for the project:
> o Students to write NSE scripts . There is a great need here;
> it's possible more than one student may be accepted.
> o A student to work on the Scripting Engine Infrastructure.
> o GNU Screen Scripting Support:
> I honestly don't know the status on this project but it was
> available last year and a student was accepted. I haven't been able to
> find any evidence it was completed. It's possible it may be dropped :(
> I would encourage anyone else who knows of a potential project
> thinking about Lua or may even have a need that can be solved using
> Lua to post in this thread.
>  http://groups.google.com/group/google-summer-of-code-discuss/browse_thread/thread/d839c0b02ac15b3f
>  http://nmap.org/book/nse.html#nse-intro
Lua scripting in GDB
They already have Python support but I like the idea to
be able to use Lua. I could add more entries there if
someone knows more benefits when using Lua (maybe over Python).