Luvit is an attempt to do something crazy by taking node.js' awesome architecture and dependencies and seeing how it fits in the Lua language.
Latest release 0.2.0: http://luvit.io/dist/0.2.0/luvit-0.2.0.tar.gz
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first attempt, please test, because I use "luajit" and "yajl" from the tree for compiling and not the bundled ones.
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> required patch
It works ok, on both x86-32 and x86-64
added to sunrise-overlay, will be available after svn-review
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old ones may be broken (tarballs removed)
Current version is 0.5.0 according to the website.
hmm, not sure if I want to import this into the tree, as you can see there is some serious unbundling going on and on top of it one of the dependencies is _very_ fragile. I had to figure out a non-broken commit myself.
however, I'll look at it
if they merge this, I will consider to add it to portage
but the fixes are non-trivial and I don't want to keep such things around for every version bump
+*luvit-9999 (01 Jan 2013)
+*luvit-0.6_p20121221 (01 Jan 2013)
+ 01 Jan 2013; Julian Ospald <firstname.lastname@example.org> +luvit-0.6_p20121221.ebuild,
+ initial import