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20:54:03  <asie>hey
20:54:08  <asie>so I found out about luvit after moving from node.js
20:54:13  <asie>and i just want to add one question
20:54:17  <asie>does it suffer from )}; hell too
20:54:21  <asie>err, });
20:55:18  <asie>or can i just use it to easily write web apps
21:00:06  <damjan>asie: what's "}); hell" ??
21:00:27  <asie>what I meant is
21:00:29  <asie>everything must be async
21:00:31  <asie>so precious
21:00:45  <asie>sometimes i don't want things to be async as they're fast enough on their own and i don't want to induce an extra mess
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21:06:54  <damjan>hm
21:07:01  <damjan>what's the "extra mess" then?
21:17:37  <asie>damjan: lengthy code nesting just do get a few things done
21:19:15  <damjan>asie: oh
21:19:31  <damjan>callbacks
21:19:33  <asie>yes
21:19:36  <asie>but in the nested way
21:19:42  <asie>and node-async feels like a gigantic hack
21:19:47  <damjan>you don't need to trade async
21:19:53  <damjan>lua supports corutines
21:19:58  <damjan>check the examples
21:20:12  <asie>Kal looks interesting, but using Lua looks even more so
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