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- Subject: What is "safe" to do in a hook function?
- From: matias.guijarro@...
- Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2007 14:20:48 +0200
I noticed that Lua hooks are usually used for
interrupting running Lua code (with a lua_error
I wonder if it is "safe" (no stack corruption,
etc.) to do something else in a count hook :
for example calling other Lua functions, or
resuming a coroutine.
Otherwise, how would you do in order to be able
to execute Lua code periodically (e.g resuming
coroutines) while the main Lua state is doing
something else ? (e.g a big loop) without using
OS-level threads ?
Thanks in advance for your answers,