./luapower CLI problems


  • Playing around with the ./luapower command. So I started the RPC server with:

    D:\develop\Lua\luapower> ./luapower server -v
    listening on *:19994

    and then tried to run some command against it:

    D:\develop\Lua\luapower> ./luapower -p 19994 version nw
    D:\develop\Lua\luapower\bin\mingw64\luajit.exe: .\socketloop.lua:55: .\luapower.lua:1750: invalid ip or platform
    stack traceback:
    .\glue.lua:396: in function <.\glue.lua:395>
    [C]: in function 'assert'
    .\luapower.lua:1750: in function 'connect'
    luapower_cli.lua:534: in function <luapower_cli.lua:533>
    [C]: in function 'pcall'
    .\socketloop.lua:182: in function <.\socketloop.lua:181>
    stack traceback:
    [C]: in function 'error'
    .\socketloop.lua:184: in function <.\socketloop.lua:181>
    stack traceback:
    [C]: in function 'error'
    .\socketloop.lua:12: in function 'assert_resume'
    .\socketloop.lua:61: in function 'resume'
    .\socketloop.lua:55: in function 'newthread'
    luapower_cli.lua:533: in main chunk
    [C]: at 0x00401f80
    D:\develop\Lua\luapower>

    However, I managed to crash the luapower RPC server as well. But maybe I'm using all this totally wrong. Are there are any examples? I have the feeling it would be a good tool to find dependencies which need to be used with ./mgit bundle


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