Hi @rvirding… I’ve been casually following Luerl for some time now. Luerl has been and still is the primary candidate that I have for runtime evaluated dynamic scripting in a system that I’m building and, while I think it’s not a complete fit for my need, I don’t yet think the mismatches present unsolvable problems. I’m not to that part of the implementation yet, so that may still change, but for now it still looks good.
However what I’ve not got a sense of is who’s using Luerl? How it’s being used, etc. and I was wondering if you had a sense of how/where it’s being used? Is it “production ready” (whatever that really means) and is it being used in products/business systems or is it mostly a hobbist/personal project sort of tool? The project I’m working on is a professional project, so some of those kinds of questions are things I need to think through before I finally commit; there’s a risk equation there and I want to understand the variables.