A Zig package manager with an index, build runner, and build dependencies.
In the meantime, there are a few community-developed options - gyro is one of them
Zig bindings for the Lua C API
Zig has a build system (the zig build command) that uses a build.zig file to compile a project. With a git submodule you just add the directory as a package in the build.zig file. Depending on the dependency, there might be a few more steps. For example, for my ziglua library requires adding the package path (so you can @import the zig sources), and also calling the link function which compiles the Lua C source and links with the Zig project.
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