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Hello, I have a problem decoding .lub files and was wondering if anyone could help me out here =/. Working on an open-source gaming emulator known as eAthena and need to decode the following four LUB files so we can start working on making classes. We've tried a program called luadec but only were able to decode a few things (probably because as we later learned LUB is binary where LUA is not =P), have been working a week or two at least and still have not been able to accomplish anything =/. http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UN5LLHPM It would be very very appreciated if someone could help me out here by either decoding them or telling us how to do it. Even better if both =P Thank you.

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The term is decompiling.

You didn't say where this Lua bytecode came from; do you have the necessary legal clearance to decompile the files?

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Very sorry, I'm not as knowledgeable as my friend who is the one working on this aspect; I meant decompiling*.


http://www.eathena.ws
http://www.eathena.ws/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

eAthena is an open-source project, emulating a Ragnarok Online Server. It is written in C.

eAthena is updated daily through a version control software: SVN.

Yes, we have the necessary legal clearance to decompile the files (links above). The one who knows more about this is not available at the moment if you'd like to be more specific about the lua files (which svn exactly they are available in). There is a topic or two on eAthena forums requesting assistance but not many people (that are free to help) know how to.

Sorry for my mistake once again.

PS: What is code to show code boxes and quotes?

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eAthena is an open-source project, emulating a Ragnarok Online Server. It is written in C.

eAthena is updated daily through a version control software: SVN.
That doesn't answer mattd's question. Where did the file come from originally? Your SVN repository is not the correct answer*: those files had to be compiled from original LUA files at some point: where are those original LUA files?

A lot of people on these forums develop games for a living and so these kinds of issues are taken quite seriously.

* In any case, I looked in your subversion repository, and there are no *.lub files in there.

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