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- Subject: Re: Win32 binaries and MSVC6 projects
- From: "Wolfgang Lipp" <wlipp@...>
- Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2000 16:50:19 +0900
I'm sure everybody here is aware of the zeus editor for windows, to be found
at www.zeusedit.com. It doesn't
only support Lua hiliting, it has Lua as one of its integrated scripting
languages. It does not support folding,
and the interface looks like it still needs some work at places, but it
appears otherwise to be pretty capable. Check it out. A pity it isn't
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Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2000 3:03 PM
Subject: Re: Win32 binaries and MSVC6 projects
> At 09:26 23/11/00 -0500, Philippe wrote:
> >Wanting to play a bit with Lua 4.0, and still waiting for official
> >binaries, I decided to make my own. I don't have gcc, I "just" have MSVC6
> >5), so I had to make my own makefiles.
> >I looked the way the 3.2 official Win32 binaries were made, and tried to
> >as closely as possible to them.
> >More details about this at the Web page I have setup for this:
> >I have tested only the Lua.exe with the test suite, it seems OK. If there
> >any problem with my distribution, please contact me.
> >BTW, I have tested all the non-interactive scripts with SciTE, a text
> >supporting Lua syntax highlighting and script running (it capture the
> >results). It also have an experimental Lua scripting extension, but it is
> >yet integrated to the official release (it is only in the CVS). I didn't
> >it yet, but it won't be long now...
> >Philippe Lhoste (Paris -- France)
> >Professional programmer and amateur artist
> Thanks Phillipe. Unfortunately, the last link does
> not seem to be working.
> Regards sns