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On Tue, Nov 28, 2017 at 11:03 AM, Tyler Neylon <> wrote:
> Harking back to the pre-fork days of this thread, I wanted to mention
> a Lua rock that implements a good chunk of Lua's C API as a Lua
> module:
> source:
> rock:
> Although not at the OS level, I also wanted to mention some C example
> code of sandboxing Lua in terms of CPU and memory resources. Both of
> these files implement a bare-bones Lua interpreter:
> memory:
> cpu (using Lua's C-level debug fns):
> I thought these might be of interest to Soni or others looking to
> build something similar. Could be a starting point for your specific
> goals?
> - Tyler
As stated on another thread, Mr. Donavan also has a modular build
system for Lua here:

Which would be very handy for the work Paige is doing as well.
Definitions aside, I am interested in her work (and Soni's) and thus
involved myself in the conversation. In hindsight, I should simply
have known better than to start a sentence with "no offense". Like bad
code, it should have been re-read and re-written. For that I