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- Subject: Re: Lua 5.2 and continue
- From: pan shizhu <pan.shizhu@...>
- Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2010 09:11:55 +0800
> I believe that Lua Team position on "popular requests" and new
> language features was stated many times on this list and elsewhere. It
> is very conservative, and that is good.
Perhaps I'm the only person who follows the PIL?
The manual clearly states that you should staticaly link lua to your
application, that means you always have your own version of Lua in
I always put lua code inside my project and compile it with the
application, so any local change should work. If the official code
states how to enable the code for continue, I can add continue to my
Lua and nobody else get hurt.
I'd like lua to add lots of compile-time options, macro defines, to
let the developers include lua features selectively.