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On 2017-11-28 10:52 AM, Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo wrote:
in your view if Soni made a copy of Lua and did not change the
language itself, but rather only the libraries or other non parser/VM
changes that does not count as a fork? Even if the new libraries offer
functionality not present in vanilla Lua?
No, in both cases, it's not a fork. That's what the FAQ says.

If someone changes an opcode in the VM to bring old behaviour back (like lua 5.3.4's OP_SELF only accepting strings), is that a fork?

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