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- Subject: Re: Lua bytecode doesn't compress well (with LZMA)
- From: "Juris Kalnins" <juris@...>
- Date: Tue, 01 Dec 2009 08:19:01 +0200
Squish actually uses this as its main output filter, (there's more
than one, such as the one that replaces Lua keywords with single bytes
> 128) - and it works really well.
And it's very simple to modify llex.c to parse such alternative tokens,
so that reduced scripts can be used directly (btw, Lua also has 20+ unused
bytes from the 0..31 control character range).