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- Subject: Re: Two types of Lua programmer, or two types of Lua code?
- From: "Pierre Chapuis" <catwell@...>
- Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2016 16:22:54 +0100
> 2. Most of what we really do is confidential and can't be shared.
This is certainly part of it. At least in my case it is.
> 4. We just don't think anybody else would be interested in the
> 5. The whole way that LuaRocks is structured encourages the
> module approach to the point that nothing else really fits.
LuaRocks is a tool used primarily by Lua developers. If I
write a re-usable module, the end user is probably going to
be a Lua developer and it makes sense to publish it through
LuaRocks. If I write an application, the end user may not be
a Lua developer and it may make more sense to distribute it
in another way.