why not just a github so that people can fork, play and submit their
own Lua scripts?

On Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Willy Tarreau <w...@1wt.eu> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 02, 2015 at 11:33:39PM +0100, Baptiste wrote:
>> I love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>> Just wrote, as a proof of concept, a forward proxy...
>> That said, it seems my lua script is "blocking"... I mean, if the
>> remote server is slow to deliver the response, then HAProxy doesn't
>> process any other request or response.
> As explained by Thierry, this is because you used the native sockets
> instead of haproxy's non-blocking ones. I think that after some time
> we'll start to collect some best practices regarding Lua and such
> issues will not happen anymore since (as usual), people will write
> configs by copy-pasting working ones.
> We're still thinking about setting up a forum dediated to Lua so that
> people can share their code easily. It's a bit early for now since
> we're mostly fixing the code and/or design, but once things settle
> down it should be helpful.
> Willy

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