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On Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 2:50 PM, Thijs Koerselman
<> wrote:
> I only know how to do this with setenv, and I'm not sure how to replace it
> with _ENV

AFAIK, it goes like this

local print,tostring = print,tostring -- just like module(), this is a
private environment!
local _ENV = {}

function m1()

function m2()

return _ENV

Note that this kind of module has no name - you can put it anywhere in
the filesystem. You have to say 'local m = require 'mod'' because it
does not do any global magic.

steve d.