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- Subject: Re: lua on Plan 9
- From: Robert Hibberdine <bob.hibberdine@...>
- Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2006 16:21:38 +0100
Javier Guerra wrote:
as fascinating as Plan9 is, i think currently Linux and BSD are far more
appropriate for a server platform.
also, even if the 9P protocol might be
the cleanest and most flexible way to export a filesystem on a network, the
lack of clients limits it to experimental setups.
Not sure about that. We have v9fs in Linux. (And the npfs libs for
servers.) Plus client written in Python and JAVA.
I started the question about Lua on Plan9 because I like the idea of
wrting a few little apps on the system. My interest in 9p servers /
clients centres around Linux.
FUSE is fine. I can allways use npfs to export a FUSE based server to
the network via 9p..:-)