'luaL_execresult' does not assume -1 status as error

ISO C is silent about the return of 'system'. Windows sets 'errno' in
case of errors. Linux has several different error cases, with different
return values. ISO C allows 'system' to set 'errno' even if there are no
errors. Here we assume that a status==0 is success (which is the case
on several platforms), otherwise it is an error. If there is an error
number, gives the error based on it. (The worst a spurious 'errno'
can do is to generate a bad error message.) Otherwise uses the normal
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