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- Subject: Re: [ANN]lstore 0.1.0, a Lua JSON document store
- From: Fabien Bourgeois <fbourgeois@...>
- Date: Fri, 03 Feb 2012 10:02:27 +0100
Le 02/02/2012 20:23, Pierre-Yves Gérardy a écrit :
Using locals [...]That said, in this case, you don't usually
use a lot of database handles, and the memory overhead is not
I've made the choice of using local functions on the top of declarations.
Even if it should'nt have many databases handles at the same time as you
say, I'll try to keep the same style for other Lua modules I'll write.
Memory efficience remains important.
res, err = self._dbpath(new_db, path, ext)
would be better written as
res, err = new_db:_dbpath(path, ext)
I've refactored with local but I've used to try this solution before and
I've had a problem with it. Stop me if I'm wrong :
with `new_db:_dbpath(path, ext)`, self is passed as first parameter.
However, in the context of `open` method, self is lstore, not the new_db
object. Thus, methods will operate on the global lstore, am I wrong ?
Version 0.1.1 is here :
Thanks again, Have a nice day.