I think such name clashes can happen. Since I don't use Node.JS
(and even don't know what it is), I don't see a problem.
That looks great! I used to run a similar architecture in
Python until recently, so I'll definitely check it out.
On Jun 5, 2014 5:34 PM, "Marc Balmer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Lua nodes comes as a binary, called "node", which takes a
filename of a Lua program as argument. This Lua program is
meant to "orchestrate" a network of Nodes.
Would you consider changing the binary name to something other
than "node", such as "lnode", "luanode " etc.? That's already
the name of Node.JS's interpreter.