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LWT relies on lua-wsapi for the WSAPI interoperability, and is unrelated to
the other software packages.

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On
Behalf Of Enrico Tassi
Sent: Freitag, 19. August 2011 10:15
Subject: Re: [ANN] Lua Web Tools 0.9.0

On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 10:03:33AM +0200, Andre Naef wrote:
> I am happy to announce the first beta release of Lua Web Tools, 
> release 0.9.0.
> Lua Web Tools allows you to develop web applications in Lua, and run 
> them directly in the Apache HTTP server. The core functionality of LWT 
> is provided by an Apache module, mod_lwt. In addition, LWT provides 
> optional Lua modules for accessing databases and caches.
> The following functionality is provided by LWT:
> * Apache module. LWT provides an Apache HTTP server module that 
> handles requests by invoking Lua scripts.

Just curious: is it in any way related to

> * Template engine. LWT provides a template engine that blends Lua with 
> HTML/XML. The engine supports substitutions and logic in a way that is 
> natural to both Lua and HTML/XML. This makes it easy to develop web 
> applications with a clean separation of UI logic in Lua and layout in
> * WSAPI. LWT supports the WSAPI standard, and can be used to run WSAPI 
> applications directly in the Apache HTTP server.
> * Databases. The IS module supports the access to information system 
> in an SQL injection safe way. Currently, the module supports MySQL, 
> Sybase, SQL Server and SQLite.

I'd ask the same question here with lua-apr (for the db and memcached) and
lua-wsapi for WSAPI and cosmo for the template engine.

Enrico Tassi