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- Subject: Re: [ANN] lua-resty-template -- a compiling templating engine for Lua
- From: Hao Wu <wuhao.wise@...>
- Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2014 22:41:35 -0800
The benchmark seems to be running without switching contexts; in the
real environment, if there are hundreds of requests, the contexts
won't be shared so the cache will actually not be used? Or am I
On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 8:56 AM, Aapo Talvensaari
> My (HTML) templating engine for Lua with special support for Nginx /
> OpenResty (HttpLuaModule):
> I started this for my own needs. I shortly looked at other alternatives in
> templating (https://github.com/bungle/lua-resty-template/#alternatives), but
> I though that there was a room for another implementation. The syntax should
> be familiar (not 1:1) to anyone who has worked with things like Mustache
> (http://mustache.github.io/) or say PHP.
> I feel that the codebase is quite stable, and the performance is good
> (especially the cached performance). I also think that the API is clean,
> while still allowing some extensions / overwrites for flexibility. I have
> not yet made automated unit tests or integrated this with LuaRocks. At this
> point I wish to receive feedback. The code is fully Lua 5.2 and LuaJIT 2.x
> compatible. It doesn't work with Lua 5.1 as the 5.1 version of load-function
> is different. It could be made to work with 5.1 using setfenv, but that is
> not on my agenda (if I don't get enough feedback to add support for it).
> Feel free to fork it, if you need 5.1 support, or send me a pull request if
> you have managed to make things work on 5.1 (and even earlier versions).
> So, please take a look at it on Github (it's fairly well documented there).