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I've been working for 3 months on a project I call libmc, which is a
library of random cool stuff for Lua that I got used to having in
Python like string splitting, table mapping, etc. Of course, so far,
to my knowledge I have 0 downloads and I've been the only one
committing, so I thought that announcing on lua-l would be a good way
to get feedback. It currently has 55 functions (though 21 of them are
wrappers for the operators). For simplicity, it loads a good degree of
them into the 'math', 'string', and 'table' standard tables, with the
rest going in the 'mc' table.

It's at I'd appreciate it if
you checked it out and let me know what you thought.

-- Regards, LeafStorm
"There are 10 types of people in the world - those who understand
binary and those who don't."