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On 6/8/2012 5:09 PM, Glenn Schmottlach wrote:
Looks very interesting. Any chance it works under Linux ARM? It appears to contain some architecture specific assembly language for stack manipulation.

I have some code for __arm32__, that help? I'll hunt around for something to test it on because stack-switching doesn't exactly work the first time. If you are willing to work with me a bit over skype or something maybe I could get it compiling/working for you. What timezone are you in? (I'm in EST)


On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 4:11 PM, curt <> wrote:
New version of Tuna is out which now compiles into an importable module for both win32 and linux. Next up will be a "rocks" implementation.

What is it? Tuna is a multi-threaded API that allows task-switching at the c/c++ level. It is designed specifically to make the penalty of running many [many] tasks very small by using actual deep-magic stack manipulation. It supports multi-tasking both in cooperative and preemptive models, and can be used identically from either the c-api or lua side (including yielding)