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- Subject: Re: extension for lua bytecode files
- From: Doug Rogers <rogers@...>
- Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2007 13:01:39 -0400
Thomas Lauer wrote:
> I don't think there's a standard. FWIW, I use .lbc but .luo sounds
Long ago I used .lc, but I like Tony's .luo better. If I ever embed byte
codes directly again, I'll use .lua.
Nowadays I put the .lua files on a flash drive and just recompile them
when the code loads. Long ago the byte code was portable so I could
compile using Solaris/sparc and include it in a cross-compile to
LynxOS/PowerPC and also for my x86 applications. But now I just include
the Lua source and recompile it.
In the future I may go with Ashwin Hirschi's method of zipping
everything up in a package.
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