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On 5 June 2014 17:54, Marc Balmer <> wrote:
> Am 05.06.2014 22:48, schrieb Elias Barrionovo:
> 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" <> wrote:
>> 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.
> 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.

You should know there would be a name clash, since there was a
presentation on LuaNode on the very same Lua Workshop 2013 which you

I also suggest you to rename your project, but may I preemptively ask
you not to rename it to "Lua rocks" please. ;)

-- Hisham