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Very good suggestions!
Why not create a "netiquette" describing the official polite way for writing
libraries for Lua ?
Hints like these may be extremely powerful

Maybe also a netiquete for simulating object oriented programming
with all the concepts that Lua can handle would be useful too ?


So we all may speak the same language

> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Belmonte []
> Sent: Friday, November 10, 2000 5:37 AM
> To: Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: Re: [Announce] LuaSock 1.0 available
> A limited solution would be to make lua_socklibopen() take an 
> optional table
> name to insert the functions into instead of the global 
> scope.  But this
> breaks down as soon as some other library depends on socklib 
> and expects the
> names to be in a certain place (global).
> Not a simple issue, but I think it will have to be addressed 
> eventually as
> more common libraries are created for Lua.
> -John