Oooooh, interesting. The Lua interpreter could hypotheticallly serve as a way to add a plugin system to Hugo akin to Jekyll’s Ruby-based plugin system.
Is that what you were maybe thinking @bep?
When this matures, hopefully hugo won’t have to shell out to asciidoctor/asciidoc and I can enjoy blazing fast site builds
So, in most cases these links I post are “interesting and remotely relevant” projects I find on the Go trending list on GitHub (I check that Hugo is there …). But I have looked for a suitable embedded scripting language, and that this is backed by Azure/Microsoft may make it a good candiate. Lua certainly is.