On 14 August 2015 at 12:39, <b...@cogs.com> wrote:
> On Friday, August 14, 2015 at 6:32:49 AM UTC-4, Matthew Wild wrote:
>> Hi Ben,
>> Lua 5.2 has major changes that are not backwards-compatible with Lua
>> 5.1. In particular for example, the module() function was removed
>> which Prosody uses in almost every file in the project :)
>> We're working on 5.2 support for future releases, but the 0.9.x series
>> will remain compatible with 5.1 only.
> Is there a branch available that is compatible ?
> Currently build repeatability is a higher priority then stability.

Only our 'timber' branch, which is definitely not stable, as it is a
playground for various experiments: https://hg.prosody.im/timber

And by unstable I don't mean it's likely to crash, though you might
experience errors or even incorrect behaviour (messages being routed
incorrectly). But if you use it and find any issues, please let us

>> This also keeps us compatible
>> with LuaJIT, which is primarily 5.1-based and doesn't support some of
> The LuaJit in macports is version 2.0.4 is that what I should be targeting?

Any current version of LuaJIT should work with 0.9.x, as they are all


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