Concurrency oriented programming in Lua
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ConcurrentLua Description ConcurrentLua is a system that implements a concurrency model for the Lua programming language. It is based on the share-nothing asynchronous message-passing model that is employed in the Erlang programming language. ConcurrentLua extends Lua's coroutines with message-passing primitives, in order to support concurrent programming. Distributed programming is supported transparently with the same message-passing primitives. ConcurrentLua is implemented as a collection of Lua modules that can be loaded by any Lua program. Most of the code is written in Lua itself, with minor parts written in C. Website http://github.com/lefcha/concurrentlua Changes All the changes in each new release up to the latest are in the NEWS file. Installation Lua version 5.1 or 5.2 is compile-time requirement. The LuaSocket, Copas and Coxpcall modules are runtime dependencies. Compile and install the system: make all make install Documentation The detailed reference manual can be found in doc/manual.html. License Released under the terms and conditions of the MIT/X11 license, included in the LICENSE file. Authors See AUTHORS file.