You probably don't want luvit itself, but the luv bindings (libuv to lua)
are available standalone and published to luarocks.
I wrote up a blog post a while back showing how to use it directly with
luajit and some of the luvit ecosystem of libraries.
On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 10:39 AM, Andrew <andrew.e.brownsw...@gmail.com>
> I just stumbled upon Luvit while seeking a good way to replace CivetWeb in
> my libuv c++ application. Civet works but doesn’t use libuv, and now I
> need to add some JSON-rpc functionality to my application and that seems to
> require more web serving flexibility. My application already has Lua 5.2,
> a cmake build system, the latest libuv, uvw, JSON for Modern C++ and
> miscellaneous other bits and pieces which I don’t want to disrupt. I’m
> looking for a quick assessment about whether luvit is a living project and
> whether it’ll do what I need.
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