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- Subject: Re: Impact of several Lua environments
- From: Ignacio Castaño <castanyo@...>
- Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 20:37:52 +0200
I don't know exactly the cost of having many different lua states.
However, if you want to avoid it, you can use different global tables in the
same state. That is, use a single state, create a table for each object and
use setglobals to set the appropiate table when using a specific object.
David Anderson wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am thinking about implementing Lua in a MUD engine to allow easy
> modifications of stuff, and for this I need (read "it would be nice") to
> have a separate Lua environment for each object in the game, so that
> variables don't conflict.
> What is the memory and speed impact of creating several (dozens) Lua
> environments? Does memory usage grow proportionally?
> Thanks in advance
> David Anderson
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