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- Subject: Re: Assembler and Lua
- From: KHMan <keinhong@...>
- Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2010 08:20:12 +0800
im sorry for all this, thanks for information...
Don't read too much into the postings, they are just light-hearted
"Lua 5.1 support is planned."
i got it ...
That is probably too optimistic. ATM I am too busy playing with
PIC microcontrollers to get it done...
I would, though, object to ChunkBake being pushed as some kind of
serious app. It is a proof of concept of doing a reasonably sane
Lua VM assembler with reasonably sane instruction syntax. But
since it has to be revised for each major release of Lua, it
should only be for study or as a curio.
If you have the energy, then I would suggest you channel it to
Bearing in mind that you were looking for something like an x86
JIT assembler, I think you should take a close look at LuaJIT.
Happy hacking :-)
Rob Kendrick wrote:
On Tue, 20 Apr 2010 14:09:23 -0300
what am i doin' wrong?
Not reading ChunkBake's documentation, and thus using the wrong
instruction set. ChunkBake is an assembler for Lua chunks, and thus
expects opcodes that reflect the Lua virtual machine.
I'd never heard of ChunkBake until just a moment ago, and I got that
from reading the very first line of its website:
"ChunkBake is a line-oriented assembler for Lua 5 virtual machine
From the looks of the last post following this, it appears to me that
Francisco is too sexy for documentation. Eh. :-)
Good luck, Francisco.
Kein-Hong Man (esq.)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia