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Doesn't WoW have non-standard additions to the core language?

On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 1:46 PM, Patrick Donnelly <> wrote:
On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 9:50 PM, Peter Cawley <> wrote:
> I'm currently undertaking more experimental work relating to code
> generation and bytecode verification in Lua 5.2. To test that
> everything produced by the code generator is accepted by the bytecode
> verifier, I'd like to pass it large amounts of syntactically correct
> Lua 5.1 / 5.2 code, the easiest source of which are large bodies of
> open source Lua code. I'm currently using the Lua files of the
> following projects in my test cases:
> * CorsixTH
> * Prosody
> * Penlight
> What other large bodies of open source Lua code are there?

There are probably thousands of different World of Warcraft AddOns out
there you can test. You can probably get the nice administrators at
WoWInterface or Curse to let you run experiments on their database of
addons (I'm not affiliated with either).

- Patrick Donnelly