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On Sat, Oct 3, 2015 at 2:27 PM, Paco Zamora Martínez <> wrote:
> It has been some time ago that this topic come up in the list. I have been
> working in the abandoned code of lua_ipython_kernel making it work in the
> most simple way. The code is not an example of good practices, I have been
> working on it for only two days, but I would like to develop it more
> further. The code can be found here (I have renamed it to IPyLua):
> My idea is to introduce some kind of facility to allow Lua modules to
> perform introspection. Any Lua module can be conscient that it is running
> into a IPyLua environment (looking into registry table), and if it is the
> case, the Lua module can stack into a Lua table its own helper functions.
> Doing this way, modules which declare new types in Lua would declare how
> this new types can be represented in a ipython environment. I think this
> idea can be useful to put together into a ipython kernel all the diversity
> of Lua and its community.
> If anybody is interested  any help will be wellcome :-)
> Pako ZM :)

So what exactly does this do? Let Lua use Python modules?

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