This updated version of Lua player provides a new module support load by Oobles, which should be much more stable than the one included in the v0.18 alpha release (See the effect-module and the Game Of Life example how to write your own modules).
Changelog for this release:
* Directory detection bugfix
* Changed System.loadModule to loadlib to work the same as the traditional lua loadlib function.
* Made loadlib check if a module is already loaded before trying to load.
* Removed getLuaState export. No longer required.
* Made debugOutput work in the same way as printf in bootstrap.
* Added loadlib.prx kernel module. required for module loading.
* Added a module sample for manipulating images
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