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- Subject: Re: Memory management
- From: Siome Klein Goldenstein <siome@...>
- Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 12:20:31 -0500 (EST)
> BTW, because the FAQ does not seem to really have taken off, I'm planning to
> start a series of Lua Technical Notes, in which specific points of the language
> and the implementation would be explained and discussed.
> The very first LTN will be about reducing the size of Lua in embedded systems!
That's a very good idea.
Something that might also be usefull:
(someone have done this already...)
Many times the C code has to execute a
initialization chunck of Lua, like
a TKLua interface, or some predefined
It would be interesting to have a LTN
of how to, in a Makefile-like structure, get
rid of the requirement of having the lua
file hanging around with the executable.
If I'm not mistaken tolua has that, (it puts
lua-bytecode in a char* and then uses
I've been thinking on spending time to do it,
create a program that would generate a .c/.h
from a lua file that you could compile.
There could be a debug version, where you just
read the lua file with lua_do but there were
always more urgent things... :-(
Just an idea...
Siome Klein Goldenstein