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- Subject: Re: Introducing Lua nodes
- From: David Demelier <demelier.david@...>
- Date: Sun, 08 Jun 2014 10:16:10 +0200
On 06.06.2014 10:36, Marc Balmer wrote:
Am 06.06.2014 um 10:24 schrieb Pierre Chapuis <email@example.com>:
Lua nodes is a "different" way to execute Lua code. It combines three
existing technologies: Lua, POSIX threads, and, 0MQ (zeromq.orq). 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.
OK, I could really like something like this.
I already build programs composed of Lua processes
communicating via ZeroMQ or nanomsg, and I had already
thought about using it as an inter-thread communication
mechanism like https://github.com/Amaury/FineDB does.
Now all I need is the answer to two questions:
what is the license and where can we get it?
The license will probably be MIT/BSD, (or GPL if I want to be mean ;)
A NetBSD developer who select GPL? I don't believe it one second :-)