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One difference would be that terra is heavily focused on meta-programming, and you can imagine it like taking C, trashing its preprocessor and replacing it with Lua. Basically, you write code that writes code. Titan, from what I've seen, is structured more like a regular programming language that exists alongside and outside of Lua.

From: <> on behalf of João Victor Oliveira Couto <>
Sent: 12 February 2019 20:56
To: Lua mailing list
Subject: Titan Lang .vs. Terra Lang
Hi, good morning,
Recently I've seen two different languages built to work with lua, both of then are compiled languages and I want to know the difference between them.
Both have almost the same syntax (a little) and both can call C functions.
The link for both are below:
Thanks for the time