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- Subject: Re: Linking LuaSocket statically
- From: Martin Velek <martin.velek@...>
- Date: Fri, 30 Jul 2010 09:44:12 +0200
there is one drawback for microcontrollers with a small ROM memory
footprint. The scripts are converted into C file and placed in ROM
during compilation. If the device has an external storage like SD/MMC
card, the advantage of loading and executing scripts is lost(I mean
the scripts converted by the tool from loop).
Anyway, better than nothing.
Thanks Diego for LS(and to people in section Special thanks)
On 29 July 2010 18:16, Diego Nehab <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> A while back, I had to do static linking and I run into that page: http://loop.luaforge.net/release/preload.html.
>> It pretty much explain the thing, and even give script to do the work ! And guess what: they use luasocket as an example :)
> That's a very nice tool I wasn't aware of. At any rate, now that
> everything is on the record, answering these questions in the future
> will be a matter of sending a link. :)