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- Subject: Re: Lua Digest, Vol 198, Issue 1
- From: Wolfgang Pupp <wolfgang.pupp@...>
- Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2010 14:44:26 +0100
I believe you have the following problem:
Renaming modules isn't as simple as renaming it's dll- file, because
Lua tries to call the "luaopen_<modulename>" IN the dll; if you rename
the dll and require "socket", there is no "luaopen_socket" function,
only a "luaopen_luasocket", or whatever the previous name was.
The simplest fix is to change luaopen_luasocket to luaopen_socket
inside the C-sourcefiles of your module and to recompile; it *may* be
possible to change the dll directly, via hex-editor, but I definitely
wouldn't recommend it (you can change dependecies on "lua5.1.dll" to
"lua51.dll" that way though, which is sometimes incredibly useful:
string.gsub(yourDll, "lua5.1.dll", "lua51.dll\0"); tested on win32).