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- Subject: Installing the last version of Luarocks
- From: luciano de souza <luchyanus@...>
- Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2014 12:00:34 -0300
>From Github, I downloaded the last version of Luarocks. However I was
not able to install it.
Unpacking the zip file, I found a "configure" script. I tried:
$ sudo chmod +x configure
I got the following message:
Lua interpreter found: /usr/bin/lua5.1...
Lua version detected: 5.1
lua5.1 found in $PATH: /usr/bin
Checking Lua includes... lua.h not found (looked in /usr/include,
You may want to use the flag --with-lua or --with-lua-include. See --help.
I don't know exactly what to do. It's seems that C headers of Lua is
required. But is not Luarocks a pure Lua application?
$ ./configure --with-lua
$ ./configure --with-lua-include
Is a directory expected? Is it a C compilation? The messages are
confused for me.
As I always have installed it by means of a deb package, this
procedure seemed to be misleading.
Unfortunately, the deb package of Luarocks was not updated.
Luciano de Souza