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Asko Kauppi wrote:

Oh, btw: it won't generate C code for you. It gives you a binary chunk of Lua code that can be embedded in a C program. Is that what you want?

I think based on his original post that he wanted a magic
translator that provided working .c and .h files for a given
.lua file.

I'm not sure that the desire was for precompiled bytecode
that could be used in a Lua interpreter embedded in another

But my parser might be broken...