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> I'm no authority, but I highly doubt that even the most trimmed down version of perl could "fit and run within just 256k of code space and 16k of RAM"

Depends on how much trimmed down is still acceptable.

Flavio Glock's perlito project is realizing a portable "subset of Perl" implementation which targets JavaScript, Perl 6 and Java engine.

I don't see a reason yet why Lua couldn't be added.

It's also unclear for me if the Perl compiler also needs to be fitted into the 256k.

Executing a cross compiled OP tree (excluding all eval variants) might be sufficient.

Cheers Rolf
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