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-- -*- coding: raw-text-unix -*-
-- For the luaopen_xxx convention, see: PiL 2nd ed, p.244.
-- «.demo»	(to "demo")

ctemplate = [[
// Generated by: (find-angg "LUA/ctemplate.lua")
#include <lua.h>
#include <lauxlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
{extras}
static int lua_{name}(lua_State* L) {
{body}
}
LUALIB_API int luaopen_{name}(lua_State *L) {
  lua_register(L, "{name}", lua_{name});
  return 0;
}
]]

ccompile = function (T)
    T.extras   = T.extras or ""
    local replacements = {name=T.name, body=T.body, extras=T.extras or ""}
    T.ccode    = ee_template(replacements, ctemplate)
    T.init     = "luaopen_"..T.name
    T.dir      = T.dir or "/tmp/"
    T.cfname   = T.dir..T.name..".c"
    T.sofname  = T.dir..T.name..".so"
    writefile(T.cfname, T.ccode)
    T.lua51src = T.lua51src or ee_expand "$LUA51SRC/src"
    T.compile  = "rm -v " .. T.sofname .. "; " ..
                 "gcc -g -Wall -shared -I".. T.lua51src ..
                 " -o " .. T.sofname .. " " .. T.cfname .. "; " ..
                 "ls -lF " .. T.sofname .. " " .. T.cfname
    T.output   = getoutput(T.compile)
    T.load     = function (T)
        if _G[T.name] then error("_G."..T.name.." exists - cannot reload") end
        ee_loadlib(T.sofname, T.init)
        return T
      end
    return T
  end

cloadfoo = function ()  -- hackish: uses a fixed name ("foo") and lots of globals
    T = ccompile {name="foo", body=cbody, extra=cextra}
    T:load()
    print(T.output)
    return T
  end

--[=[
-- «demo»  (to ".demo")
-- (find-es "lua5" "ctemplate")

* (eepitch-lua51)
* (eepitch-kill)
* (eepitch-lua51)
ee_dofile "~/LUA/ctemplate.lua"  -- (find-angg "LUA/ctemplate.lua")
T = ccompile {name="foo", body=[[printf("Hello!\n"); return 0;]]}
= T.ccode
= T.output
= T.init
T:load()
foo()
T = ccompile {name="foo", body=[[printf("Hello 2!\n"); return 0;]]}
T:load()

--]=]