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On Tuesday 07 December 2004 18:37, Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo wrote:
> > I didn't know it was safe to call lua_sethook from another (OS) thread
> > while a script was running. This is not the same situation as in the
> > vanilla Lua interpreter, or is it?
> No, it's not. lua.c calls lua_sethook from a signal handler.

You could always do that, then, if your threads support signals or something 
similar: have a signal handler call lua_sethook, and then when you want to 
terminate the thread, send the signal to the thread. That way all the 
lua_State manipulation takes place in the same thread.

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