[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next]
- Subject: Re: Functions with ACLs
- From: Lavergne Thomas <thomas.lavergne@...>
- Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2002 19:00:43 +0200
Hans Fuchs wrote:
By using this method I see a big performance problem, the function isn't
just once compiled when it is defined. It is compiled each time the
function is accessed. There for I thought I might use luac and
luab_dostring. So I would keep a already compiled version of the script
returning my function.
I would appreciate any comments or feedback. There are may be way better
or simplier methods.
Another method is to load your function with load_string and keep a ref
on it, so when you need to get it you just need to claim the ref, so no
Would using the precompiled script reach almost the same perfomance as a
normaly defined function?
The lua compiler is very fast so no big difference in most case.
Is anything to say against the trick using "return function()"?
Have I missed any problems?
Do you know a better method way?
Any better methods?
You van also keep an other global table with accessible data and
function and store it in the lua registry so when your index was call
you first check if the user have the right and if you just get the table
and retrieve the corresponding data.
Thomas Lavergne "Le vrai rêveur est celui qui rêve
de l'impossible." (Elsa Triolet)
firstname.lastname@example.org ICQ:#137121910 http://assoc.wanadoo.fr/thallium/