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- Subject: Re: Lua 5.1 (beta) now available
- From: David Burgess <dburgess@...>
- Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2005 09:51:46 +1100
I would be interested in knowing how many people use the standard lua
distribution binaries. I find the standard lua build lacking from directory
functions (like lposix or the win32 equiv) and nor do I need or want an
overweight LuaCheia. Give that my most common use of Iua is embedded
in other programs, this also reduces the relevance of the binaries.
On 11/12/05, Andre Carregal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> That brings up a related question about the Lua standard binary
> I'm surely not qualified to interpret the configuration subtleties that Mike
> pointed out, but would it make sense to think in lua.org as providing the
> complete source for any use of Lua and in Lua Binaries as the way to
> distribute Lua standalone libraries and applications (command line
> interpreter or not)?
> Both Kepler and Tecgraf will continue to use Lua Binaries for Lua 5.1, but
> it would be important to know if more people would be interested in using it
> as a binary standard for Lua standalone applications.
> For more information on Lua Binaries: http://luabinaries.luaforge.net/