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Am 02.01.11 13:13, schrieb Pierre Chapuis:
> On Sun, 2 Jan 2011 09:42:49 +0300, Alexander Gladysh
> <> wrote:
>>> I, maybe, can help with some recipes, especially on Sandboxing, DSL
>>> and codegeneration.
>> Although these topics are, maybe, a bit too big for a cookbook format.
> I agree, a cookbook should not contain too advanced techniques. Otherwise
> it will become a second "Lua Programming Gems", which would not be a bad
> thing, but not a cookbook either.

Why not advanced techniques?  There is enough material for beginners
around, and we pros need something to read, too ;)

>> Anyway, one can start with a list of topics (maybe along with a way
>> for authors to commit for one or more and for potential readers to
>> express their interest). We can setup a project on GH and use its wiki
>> for this.
>> I like writing, and I'm due for some Lua articles for a long time, so
>> I'm willing to help. If I'll see a list of topics, I'll do a few where
>> I'll know what to write.
> I can't guarantee anything but maybe I would do the same. I like the
> cookbook approach better than the Standard Libraries one, although I'm
> often grateful to stdlib / penlight when I do quick prototyping.

I could contribute a section on interfacing C code.