Re: Error with GnuGk, Lua and LuaSql: undefined symbol: lua_settop

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Hi pierlu,

Is LUA linked static or shared into your GnuGk ?

I think LUA has an issue loading shared libraries when
it is itself linked static and not shared into GnuGk.


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pierlu via gnugk-users wrote:
> Hi,
> briefly: I can easily connect to MySql databases with Lua scripts by using
> the luasql.mysql module; to use it I simply enter the following line in the
> script
> luasql = require("luasql.mysql")
> When I try to incorporate mysql connectivity into Lua scripts used by GnuGk
> I get an error which goes like this:
> LUA Error in LUA script: error
>         loading module 'luasql.mysql' from file '/usr/local/lib/lua/5.2/
>         /usr/local/lib/lua/5.2/luasql/ undefined symbol:
> lua\_settop
> But if I use simple Lua scripts (i.e. without requiring Mysql module) GnuGk
> executes them no prob.
> Do you have any ideas on why I am receiving that error in GnuGk?
> I am using GnuGk 5.1 on Ubuntu 18.04.2 with Lua 5.2.4 and LuaSql 2.4.0.
> Both Lua and LuaSql where compiled from source.
> Thanks,
> pierlu


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