[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next]
- Subject: Re: Tuna now in module form
- From: curt <curt@...>
- Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2012 09:58:55 -0500
luawhatnow? that actually works? I'll be damned.
In my head luajit is a lua compiler, do I have that right? Shouldn't be
any reason it wouldn't work as long as the calling conventions are
flying in formation.
Sure I'll see what I can do. luajit is released in source form, yes?
should be able to get to the bottom of the segfault-on-exit.. in fact
there is an excellent chance I've already fixed it. As for the luajit2
thing, my gut is something is binary-incompatible. who knows.
Sure I'll support luajit if I can. (and I would not say no to a little
On 2/15/2012 4:30 AM, Michal Kolodziejczyk wrote:
On 14.02.2012 17:42, curt wrote:
$ lua require_test.lua
with tuna.so "findable" works fine on my box (tm)
Works great on my box (archlinux 32 bit) with plain lua.
With luajit 1.1.7 I get:
$ luajit require_test.lua
about to sleep
With luajit 2.0.0-beta9 I get:
$ luajit2 require_test.lua
Would it be possible to get it working with luajit also?
Anyways, looking forward to using tuna as a module!