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  1. reqpack allows you to package all your requirements (require() calls) into a single file NOTE I made this in about an hour out of a random idea i had, so this might not be very reliable, YMMV. Also, since OC uses require() calls for its own APIs, you might want to add them to the ignore list in the config as trying to require them crashes the program in my tests. USAGE reqpack <filename> CONFIGURATION Create the configuration file using reqpack --extract-conf. All options should be pretty self explanatory LIMITATIONS Dynamic requires (calling require with anything but a single string) need use_require_if_not_found and cannot be packed Probably more i can't remember right now DOWNLOAD wget (latest): https://gitlab.com/a.../v3/reqpack.lua

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