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- Subject: Re: Embeddable IDE for Lua?
- From: Ken Rawlings <krawling@...>
- Date: Wed, 18 Aug 1999 17:47:48 -0500 (EST)
It's not an IDE, really, but once I get a minimal version of the Lua
Win32 windowing API i'm working on up and running, i'm going to have a
small interactive dialog that allows Lua statements to be entered
dynamically and fed to the windowing-enabled intepreter.
BTW, for writing extensions in general, anyone who isn't already
doing so should check out tolua -- its C++ binding facilities are
On Wed, 18 Aug 1999, Dave Bollinger wrote:
> Is anyone else working on an "embeddable" IDE (Integrated Development
> Environment) for Lua? Sort of like a mini-editor and some simple tools
> that could be incorporated within another "main" project which is using
> Lua? So that you might be able to edit your Lua code directly from within
> the "main" program via this "pop-up" IDE, with a few minor ammenities like
> a watch list and similar debugging tools.
> I just wanted to check before I reinvent any more wheels. ;-) I'm
> working in Windows with Borland C++ Builder, but I'd be just as happy to
> see code for Tcl/Tk compiled with gcc (or any other setup) -- it's really
> just the ideas I'm after, not necessarily the specifics. I've already
> borrowed a few ideas from Paul Bleisch's WinLua program (thanks Paul!) and
> wonder what else might be out there.