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- Subject: Re: [ANN] Lua Conference Bot 0.1
- From: Lucas Hermann Negri <kkndrox@...>
- Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 09:30:24 -0300
If it's possible to generate the gobject-introspection gir file for
the library, then bindings can be generated with lgob with ease.
On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 7:24 AM, David Given<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Etan Reisner wrote:
>> I would be more than happy to help work on a lua wrapper for libpurple,
>> however that is currently a far from trivial task. I had started work on a
>> lua plugin loader for libpurple though a while back (before the libpurple
>> name change) but ran out of spare time for it and it has since sat and
>> bit-rot. At this point I don't like the idea I had for how to handle it
>> anyway, so I would want to start again on a new one were I to have time to
>> pick it up again.
> Ditto; I have a Gaim plugin for the Citadel IM protocol written in Lua.
> Citadel's protocol is so stateful that it was actually *easier* to bind Lua
> to Gaim and write the protocol code in a Lua coroutine than it would have
> been to do with a traditional state machine! (I can package up the code if
> anyone's interested.)
>> There is currently SoC and associated work under way to GObject-ify many
>> of the core objects in libpurple, when this work finally lands in
>> libpurple a lua binding will likely be much easier to accomplish (using
>> the same set of tools used for the lgob bindings).
> Sounds good; this should allow dynamic creation of bindings via GObject
> introspection, right?
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