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- Subject: Re: Lua modules and packaging
- From: Marius Kjeldahl <marius@...>
- Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2004 10:31:24 +0200
On Monday 21 June 2004 22:53, email@example.com wrote:
> > * What is the general advice on how to package your own lua source code
> > modules?
> There is an ongoing discussion on the topic. Don't use LuaSocket as the
> authoritative way of doing it, just as an example. The README/INSTALL
> files and the user's manual explain how to use it the way it is now.
Ok, thanks for the tip. I was able to solve the problems I was having by
further investigation; the modified require statement from lua.lua seems to
put everything in it's own table by itself, while I was using an explicit
table as well in my own declarations. I was able to make it run by removing
the explicit table declaration in my own modules.
I will stay tuned for whatever you guys figure out is the best. Until then, l
will trust that the method luasocket is currently using is not way off base
and base my work on that for now.