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Lua Embeddable Script Interpreter ================================= $Id:,v 23d0d58bef85 2012/02/15 22:36:14 keithmarshall $ This is a prepackaged binary distribution of Lua, built from original sources from, and adapted for installation by mingw-get as a component of a MinGW (mingw32) system. It differs from a standard build in the following respects: - Modified source code provides improved support for cross-compiling. - Within liblua.a, which is built as a static library, the included object modules are unencumbered by dll_export attributes. - An additional library, liblua.dll.a is provided; this is an import library for use in association with the accompanying DLL. The principal motivation for providing these packages is to support scripting capabilities within mingw-get. Thus, the MinGW Project offers no committment to maintain these packages in perpetuity, (other than as may be required to maintain mingw-get itself), to follow evolutionary development originating from; please do not ask us for any such committment. If you do wish to follow such evolutionary development, you are advised to obtain the updated sources directly from, and build for yourself; (you are, of course, welcome to adopt any build technique employed in the creation of these MinGW packages). $RCSfile:,v $: end of file
Source: readme.txt, updated 2012-02-16

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