On Tue, Sep 12, 2017 at 10:22 AM, Lev <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi, I Love Lua!
> And I use FreeBSD too. However, I'm ignorant, since I can't really understand the problem itself. Lua is written in pure C, so why can't it be compiled natively on FreeBSD?
Glad to here it. Lua compiles natively, I'm asking lots of questions
about the build process while I learn and I'm hoping to clean it up.
The Makefiles and packaging that installs Lua from ports is old and I
think it needs some work, as does the freebsd target in Lua.
> And I'm missing all modules (well, for now, only the SQLite bindings) for Lua53.
> I've developed a BMS for my home, and it uses Lua, and I have to stick to 5.2, hence there is no luasql-sqlite3. And it is funny, that all other modules named like lua52-posix, and this one is just luasql-sqlite3, and it is only for Lua52.
I haven't used that module at all so I can't answer that. Perhaps
that's something someone else could speak to?
Is BMS Battery Management System?
> On Debian, the luasql-sqlite3 provides the libraries for all supported Lua version.
> I'm sorry, I don't want to complain, just asking what does it take to have all the modules for all the Lua versions.
No need to apologise, this is the place to get those answers. :)