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- Subject: Re: lua and Baldur's gate
- From: Steve Dekorte <steve@...>
- Date: Sun, 09 Aug 1998 11:38:46 -0700
He Brian, I've also seen you on the tuna list. I've also worked on a Lua development
environment(for NeXTstep). We should get together sometime when your in SF.
"Brian J. Swetland" <email@example.com> wrote:
> [Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo <firstname.lastname@example.org>]
> > but none of these are "official".
> > I'm trying to get as many entries in our projets page
> > http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/lua/uses.html
> > but our impression is that there are many more uses of Lua around that
> > we don't know about.
> > Please, send your entries! Use the form at
> > http://www.tecgraf.puc-rio.br/lua/uses-form.html
> > (I doubt that this plea will make any real difference, because I doubt that
> > most Lua users are actually in this list, but I'm desperate :-)
> > Anyway, it will be much easier to support Lua if we can show our sponsors that
> > Lua is widely used. So we need all the info we can get.)
> I'm working on an interactive development environment of sorts using Lua
> on the BeOS. Right now I'm mostly focusing on providing a prototyping
> tool to some of the UI designers at Be -- they currently use Director and
> Lingo to mock up new UI concepts, but are interested in a solution that
> runs under BeOS. If things keep going as smoothly as they have so far,
> it's possible this will turn into a general purpose development environment
> of some sort. No web page with an overview and sources yet, but give me
> a week or so.
> Brian J. Swetland - email@example.com | "I will crrush your Xterm like a
> http://www.frotz.net/swetland/ | tiny leetle bug!"
> | --Joel Jones