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> >> On 09/10/2013 12:12 AM, Coyo wrote:
> >> Interesting. Sounds like Vala is the one we want, then.
> >> I'm still waiting to figure out how to test vala locally.
> >> I don't even know where the code is.
> >> On 09/09/2013 09:41 PM, Valeska Grim wrote:
> >> From: Alexei <alexalexb@??? > >> <mailto:email@example.com>
> >> As I understand, netsukuku-python is a test > >> implementation. It is pretty > >> ready software but is not very demanded because of it does > >> not run on > >> modern routers. So vala version is universal, it is faster > >> and more > >> preferable in every way, but as I guess very few people > >> want work with > >> vala. I thing if vala version will not be done, after some > >> time people > >> start using and develop python version on some new > >> generation of hardware.
> >> On Sat, Aug 31, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Miss Valeska > >> <valeska_grim@??? <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > >wrote:
> >> Also! With Stackless python, Or any of those other > >> dependencies, Does the > >> version matter? The version in the commands is 2.6.2, > >> But would it matter > >> if I used the most recent version? If so, Does this > >> also apply to the other > >> dependencies?
> >> Oh, Finally, Will netsukuku-python be continued? Or is > >> netsukuku-vala > >> going to take over? I think I prefer netsukuku-vala, > >> I'm not sure, Being it > >> works on routers though, That is very good. However, > >> I'm just curious about > >> your plans Luca. I assume vala will take over.
> >> I don't exactly believe that, The python version worked on openwrt > >> routers, Now it is just out dated because it hasn't been mantained > >> in years. The C version did too, The C version and python version > >> are just as universal and fast. I don't know what "preferable in > >> every way" means, But, I don't see how vala has anything that C, > >> Or, C++, Doesn't. If you can correct me, I'd be glad to know.