[Dev-luatex] getnext et al.
Philipp.Gesang at alumni.uni-heidelberg.de
Wed May 7 21:30:27 CEST 2014
···<date: 2014-05-07, Wednesday>···<from: Hans Hagen>···
> On 5/7/2014 8:24 PM, Philipp Gesang wrote:
> > ···<date: 2014-05-07, Wednesday>···<from: luigi scarso>···
> >> On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 8:14 PM, Philipp Gesang <
> >> philipp.gesang at alumni.uni-heidelberg.de> wrote:
> >>> ···<date: 2014-05-07, Wednesday>···<from: Hans Hagen>···
> >>>> It's not like old-time computers running
> >>>> twice as fast each year, Btw, this is one of the reasons for the
> >>>> speedups. I don't expect cpu's to become much faster.
> >>> Luigi did investigate the potential for parallelism, though, didn’t he?
> >> for Lua things are easier
> >> http://www.gust.org.pl/bachotex/2014-pl/presentations/openmp-slides.pdf
> >> For TeX and MetaPost... it's another story
> > Thanks a lot for the slides, that’s a fascinating topic.
> Here are mine:
Weird, Okular (v. 4.13.0) doesn’t display the text in those.
Here’s a comparison with mupdf (1.4):
Whatever PDF magic you worked into there, I hope it didn’t ruin
the talk =)
> you might like the second one -)
Does that mean what I think it means? That we can feed arbitrary
Lua code into MP (as strings) and, conversely, grab MP values
from Lua? Also, in lmplib.w, the key “run_script” is exported but
not “script_runner” as the slides claim -- which one should I
trust? Anyways, since I’m not too familiar with MP internals this
is going to take me some time to digest.
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