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It was thus said that the Great Peter Aronoff once stated:
> On Thursday, February 18, 2016 at 02:50PM, Tim Caswell wrote:
> > So the killer features of lit that I'm not willing to part with are:
> > 
> >  - relative imports for intra-package modules.
> >  - scoped package installs (npm style) (vs global paths)
> >  - a content-addressable based sync system for downloading and publishing
> >    files.
> >  - trivially deployed proxy servers or private repositories.
> > 
> > I would love for there to be one package system for lua in the future.
> > Lit isn't there yet and these are places where I find luarocks lacking.
> I believe that LuaRocks can do npm-style scoped installs:

  And further more, it's pretty easy to set up a private LuaRocks repository
and point to it.  I know you can upload modules to the main LuaRocks
repository, but I've yet to set that up for my private repository (not sure
how easy it is).  You can also specify multiple LuaRocks repositories that
LuaRocks will contact.