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- Subject: CoCo & coroutine library
- From: Peter Kümmel <syntheticpp@...>
- Date: Sun, 03 Jan 2010 18:55:35 +0100
What's the status of CoCo? Looking into 'test'
there is not even one test for the C-API.
Anyway, after googling for C/C++ and coroutines I wonder
if LuaCoCo's C-part is maybe the matured, fasted, and
most competent supported C-code which could be used as
starting point for a cross-platform coroutine C-library.
Am I right that it is trivial to remove Lua-specific
code from lcoco.h/.c, and to split out the C-only part?
What else is missing to get a cross-platform C-library?
Does anybody have experience with other C-libraries?
Seems most people create their own solution due to the
lack of a widely used coroutine library? (even here: