An idea of just wrapping some stuff from libcql:
On 9/17/13, Choonster TheMage <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 17 September 2013 23:12, Jayanth Acharya <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Just trying to double-check if this mail went out! Absolute silence on
>> subject was a bit unexpected.
>> On Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 11:46 AM, Jayanth Acharya <email@example.com>
>>> While I am still a bit far from my learning goals as far as Lua is
>>> concerned (struggling with getting full grasp of the power/flexibility
>>> metatables and userdata), I just thought of checking something.
>>> At work, we are exploring usage of Cassandra as the NoSQL
>>> distributed-datastore. So, I thought of googling around for Lua API for
>>> Cassandra, which could be either a binding around the fairly low-lever
>>> somewhat hard-to-use) Thrift API, or higher level CQL access. However,
>>> far, I've not found anything. I've come across usage of Lua with Redis &
>>> -- so Lua usage with NoSQL data-stores does exist. Maybe I didn't look
>>> the right places ?
> I got your original message without issue. Unfortunately, I don't have
> the answer to your question.