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# ---> Lua
# Compiled Lua sources
luac.out

# luarocks build files
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*.zip
*.tar.gz

# Object files
*.o
*.os
*.ko
*.obj
*.elf

# Precompiled Headers
*.gch
*.pch

# Libraries
*.lib
*.a
*.la
*.lo
*.def
*.exp

# Shared objects (inc. Windows DLLs)
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*.so
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