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On Mon, 3 Feb 2014 09:03:14 -0200
Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo <> wrote:

> > luac -o ../program.luac program.lua module1.lua module2.lua
> Since, you seem to be using Lua 5.1, try my luac.lua at
> See
> Just do
> 	lua luac.lua -L module1.lua module2.lua
> 	mv luac.out ../program.luac

$ lua ./program.luac 
lua: not enough memory

As far as I remember, this stopped working on x86/64.

I'd be very much interested in a solution for the same for Lua 5.2 and
all architectures. 

If there is no all-encompassing solution available, some ideas and
comments on a more lasting, more canonical design of a Lua module
compiler/linker would be appreciated. Or could this become an addition
to the standard Lua distribution, to guarantee its sustainability?

- Timm

Timm S. Mueller <>
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Gesellschafter: Franciska Schulze, Timm S. Mueller,
Tel. +49 30 85610000,