On Friday, 6 October 2017 at 22:16:09 UTC, Peter Jacobs wrote:
Eilmer is a simulation code for studying high-speed compressible flows. Early versions were written in C and then C++. Version 4 is a complete rewrite in D, with Lua for configuration and run-time scripting. Code and documentation may be found at http://cfcfd.mechmining.uq.edu.au/eilmer/


Peter Jacobs and Rowan Gollan

After reading the pdf i have a question:

Is LUA scripting too complex to be replaced by, let's say, pure D code, following a compile-time interface (i.e a duck type) ? I understand that existing LUA scripts must still be supported but since D is also known for its good speed of compilation perhaps the whole thing could be recompiled from scratch for a particular set of new scripts.

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