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      The article is not very in depth, and technically only uses Erlang as an example, not Elixir. But, I did not know Erlang had Lua embedded. Seems like it could be very useful, I’m going to give it a try. Here is the Erlang Lua library discussed in the article.

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        I’ve used Luerl very briefly and ran into some serious bugs in how it handles optional function arguments. Those would probably not be a problem in the use case discussed in the article, but I’d caution against assuming Luerl is compatible with existing Lua code in general.

        Still, a very cool tool to have around.

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          This is really good to know!