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Lua-TTyrant: a TokyoTyrant binding for Lua.

by Valeriu Paloş on February 19, 2012

Some time ago I started a small project to implement a C-to-Lua binding of the TokyoTyrant library, called “lua-ttyrant“. A few days ago, while working with a script that was actually using it, I decided to polish it up, finish it and eventually submit it to be included in the LuaRocks repositories. Given the fact […]

Case study: fixed number of iterations with LPeg

by Valeriu Paloş on September 1, 2010

Words seem to fail to describe just how awesome LPeg is. Designed as a Lua implementation of the PEG concept, it is a true programming gem! Please, if you dont’t know what it is, take some time to familiarize yourself with it! It’s not the easiest thing to grasp, but you will not regret it! […]