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09:58:25  <urzds>kostco: Is creationix the only one familiar with the Luvit core?
09:58:47  <urzds>kostco: I read that, but I thought that maybe someone else also knows these things.
09:59:00  <urzds>kostco: But still, thanks for the info.
10:00:35  <urzds>kostco: Hm, that "adapt" function might be enough for my usecase. If I could hijack that, then I could enable line-tracing in the current thread whenever that callback is executed, and disable tracing again when the callback returned to the "adapt" wrapper.
10:48:40  <urzds>kostco: I tried hooking into utils.adapt(), but it seems as if that function is never called...
10:48:52  <urzds>At least not in my testcase.
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