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05:53:14  <konobi_>has anyone embedded luajit based runtimes in nodejs yet at all?
05:53:40  <daurnimator>why? >.<
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08:00:23  <konobi_>daurnimator: for use with electron
08:00:39  <daurnimator>konobi_: why luajit vs lua then?
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10:19:21  <konobi_>daurnimator: requirement of the embedding, since it's something that's preexisting
10:21:19  <daurnimator>konobi_: huh? what are you doing that's luajit exclusive?
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10:32:41  <konobi_>using a preexisting chunk of code that happens to use luajit... it is luajit specific.
11:17:53  <daurnimator>konobi_: how so?
11:22:25  <konobi_>does it matter?
11:22:39  <daurnimator>yes
11:24:24  <konobi_>it's a custom runtime that interacts with the JIT directly.
11:27:15  <daurnimator>then the answer depends on what features you're using
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