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On Wed, Dec 2, 2020 at 9:00 PM Andrew Gierth <> wrote:
>>>>> "孙世龙" == 孙世龙 sunshilong <> writes:

 孙世龙> I can't understand the explanation aforementioned at all. As
 孙世龙> far as I can see, there is no difference from the macro
 孙世龙> definition for lua_pushliteral:

 孙世龙> #define lua_pushliteral(L, s) lua_pushstring(L, "" s)

There is no difference _now_, but that was not true in the past (and may
become false again in the future, who knows).


In addition to this, it should also be noted that the definition for lua_pushliteral will (intentionally) provoke a compile-time error if you try to call it with something that isn't a string literal. If nothing else, this makes it clear that you're documenting your intent.

/s/ Adam