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New stuff, 0.7.0 to be a public release

Hi,

I am sorry I have not posted anything recently.

Work and home pressures have had me off-line for a while and will probably still curtail my activities somewhat for a little while.

However ... I have had time to do some coding, and there is a full new public release on the way with some interesting features :-)

Comissioned items

  • OpenMoko port (not started, handset yet to arrive)
  • Encrypted database container support (Done)
  • Unicode support (50% done)

Other items
  • Fixes (mostly for minor Linux issues)
  • Some new API's (done)
  • Embeddable web-server and AJAX demo (80% done)
  • Unicode support (50% done)
  • BSD and SunOS ports (started)
  • Totally revised documentation and examples.

Date is pending ...

Some of these features may be released as a snapshot shortly.

Cheers
John de Murga

10-31-2008 05:48 AM
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RE: New stuff, 0.7.0 to be a public release

i dont know why u add embeddable web-server and ajax demo
these can be written by pure lua script


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10-31-2008 09:45 PM
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RE: New stuff, 0.7.0 to be a public release

jyf1987 Wrote:
i dont know why u add embeddable web-server and ajax demo
these can be written by pure lua script


True, however, native JSON support and being able to serve certain statuses over the web was necessary for one of my projects. The idea is that this also ties in with the templating stuff added in the last build.

I am open to making it an external module if people are adverse to it being in the core.

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10-31-2008 10:22 PM
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Glad you are back John!

Can someone tell me exactly what is meant by embeddable web-server?

11-01-2008 09:13 AM
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I assume it's used for a web-based interface to your application, such as the way webmin and routers are accessed.

11-01-2008 09:42 PM
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Comissioned items

  • OpenMoko port (not started, handset yet to arrive)
  • Encrypted database container support (Done)
  • Unicode support (50% done)

Other items
  • Fixes (mostly for minor Linux issues)
  • Some new API's (done)
  • Embeddable web-server and AJAX demo (80% done)
  • Unicode support (50% done)
  • BSD and SunOS ports (started)
  • Totally revised documentation and examples.

Hi JohnM, I not see Fl_Table binding in 0.7.0, why?

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11-02-2008 07:04 AM
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art Wrote:
Hi JohnM, I not see Fl_Table binding in 0.7.0, why?


Good question :-)

Mostly because I have been playing with it for ever and I am wary or promising it ... But I guess I might as well let you guys have what I have done so far.

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11-02-2008 11:07 PM
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mikshaw Wrote:
I assume it's used for a web-based interface to your application, such as the way webmin and routers are accessed.


That is correct ... It is basically for you be able to provide a basic interface in a couple of lines of code.

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11-02-2008 11:08 PM
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Super, really looking foward to it...
BTW, one thing would be really nice is tab-completion...
like in the murgaLua shell you enter mur<tab> and it completes to murgaLua Wink
but i don't know how (or how hard ) it is to implement, so, it's just an idea

11-04-2008 05:29 AM
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In Linux/OSX that would be readline; not sure what it is in Windows. I was under the impression that readline support was included with some murgaLua versions, but not in others...I might be hallucinating, though.

When using the murgaLua shell, I often will use it with rlwrap as a wrapper, which provides pretty much the same behavior (though it occasionally hiccups).

11-08-2008 01:15 AM
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