Lua integration in NetBSD par Marc Balmer
Lua is part of the NetBSD operating system. It is not only used to script programs in userspace, but also to run Lua code in kernel space. What sounds bold at first sight allows for interesting experiments, e.g. rapid system code development, ideal for prototypes, proof of concepts and such. In this talk, I'll give an overview of the current state of Lua in NetBSD, the components and NetBSD specific bindings, and what generally can be done using the NetBSD and Lua combination.
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