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- Subject: Re: [ANN] Lua 5.3.0 (work3) now available
- From: Xavier Wang <weasley.wx@...>
- Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2014 04:26:26 +0800
agree with you, but I think .\?.dll and !\?.dll should keep. That can
be used when you using Lua executable locally. add a clibs folder and
put lua dlls into it when this is a system-wise installation, but put
lua dll directly to lua.exe's location or to library path (when you
copy lua.exe to that place for debugging) when it's a local
Does !\?53.dll, .\?53.dll, !\clibs\?53.dll should added as well?
2014-06-23 3:25 GMT+08:00 Thijs Schreijer <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> BTW great to see the default package paths updated!
> Though I still think that the `!\?.dll` and `.\?.dll` c-paths should be removed, because they make it too easy for the casual user to put dll's into the system path (where other executables are also looking and might load them accidentally, as is the nature of Windows)
> 5.3 work3 package.cpath;
> The regular path has the `lua` subdirectory of the executable directory; `!\lua\?.lua`. Can't a similar subdirectory for clibs be added? So the dll's stay out of the system path, while the interpreter itself is in the system path.
> Proposed package.cpath;
> Obviously anyone could override it at any time, but imo at least the defaults should be as safe as possible.