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  1. Hey all! I am still here. I am kind of working on the next version a little more lately since silent 0.9.0 is out and it has lua 5.3. I kind of already had a developmental build on a separate branch because et legacy runs lua 5.3 as well. So I just went #YOLO and am going to work on making it a main release. I still have to go and test a lot of stuff. I went and wrote up a make shift change log of what is currently in the new release.
  2. I managed to makeshift my way to lua 5.0 compatibility, in a separate branch of LESM 2.7.5 Basically was able to get ingame and do commands with no errors now. Haven't tested all the features, but I don't think I will run into anything too surprising now, possibily a few things that will not be fully functional. But I am pretty excited for the future
  3. Currently I have had a lot of people ask is there a way to just not include all the features, as there are way too many for what they need. I have answered this question usually with: Everything can be toggled on and off some where. Whether that be Config.json or disabling commands in Commands.json. There are very few things that are not configurable, or at least able to disable. And if there was ever something I missed (Sometimes I do miss some features because I am so used to them being enabled) just to ask me and I can probably make it able to disable / enable. However recently a proposed idea would be to make a drag and drop features into a folder like LESM/plugins/ This would also allow people to use my Lua as a sort of API to make their own plugins which I find really cool. It sounds good, and I really kind of like the idea of it, I just don't know how to approach the idea yet, if it is possible (for me) to do.. This however proposes a problem, instead of having to configure one thing you would then have to configure each individual plugin. It would also require a sort of rewrite of the entire code, which would probably take some time. So what do you think should be done? Should I just continue what I am doing?
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