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On Wed, Mar 31, 2004 at 09:12:16AM -0300, Andre Nathan wrote:
> I respect their choice, but I don't
> understand why Lua is being handled differently from the other
> languages.

The FHS also says of /usr/share:

"It is recommended that application-specific, architecture-independent
directories be placed here. Such directories include groff, perl, 
ghostscript, texmf, and kbd (Linux) or syscons (BSD). They may, 
however, be placed in /usr/lib for backwards compatibility, at the 
distributor's discretion. "        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^