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Dear Erik, Joseph and others interested on this subject matter.

The contact you have made with Digi International (owner of NetSilicon brand) Erik, presenting Lua concepts, actual applications and project goals were shared with us at Integral Sistemas, Digi distributor in Brazil - just due to brazilian origins of Lua.

As you observed, Digi device servers seems suitable to embeding Lua in intelligent/specialized solutions. So, I would like to use to advantage the message you both exchanged and invite the ones considering such effort to contact us.

For those interested in take a look at Digi embedded device servers, please reffer to the following links: (the manufacturer) (the reference in our website, in Portuguese). Both links also lead to catalogs, datasheets, aplication/solution guides and others information sources. I´m myself at fully disposal to help in any possible way.

Erik, follow the Joseph´s recommendation - would be great hear from you, but only after your honeymoon ;^)

With regards to all

Marcos M. de Veras
Integral Sistemas e Comércio Ltda 
At 12:46 14/09/04 -0400, you wrote:
Thanks for the info. Now go enjoy your honeymoon. Congrats!

On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 18:41:29 +0200, Erik Hougaard <> wrote:
> Joseph Stewart wrote:
> >Any word on the NetSilicon boards?
> >
> >
> >
> >
> Yes and no, I had a appointment with their Nordic contact, but due to
> heavy workload I had to cancel. And now I'm on my honeymoon (dont even
> think about telling my wife that I have written this mail ;-)) so it
> will still take a little longer.
> But the netsilicon thing is still a perfect match from my point of view.
> The ethernut  board are still based on 8 bit microcontrollers
> (Atmega-128) and I dont belive that Lua has anything to do in a 8-bit
> environment.
> /Erik

Person who say it cannot be done should not interrupt person doing it.
 -- Chinese Proverb