[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next]
- Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCE] lua mode for Emacs
- From: Ed Sinjiashvili <slim@...>
- Date: 10 Apr 2001 15:52:53 +0400
Christian Vogler <email@example.com> writes:
> On Tue, Apr 10, 2001 at 03:29:00PM +0400, Ed Sinjiashvili wrote:
> > Hello, lua users!
> > There're lua modes for JED, vim and NEdit.
> > Here's Emacs mode I wrote. It has:
> > - simple syntax highlighting
> > - inferior lua interpreter support
> > I'm working on smart indenting now and hope to release it soon.
> > Any comments, suggestions, bug reports are welcome.
> Hey, I've been working on one, too. :-) It is actually a major
> improvement of a mode that Bret Mogilefsky hacked together in 1997. My
> improvements were aimed primarily at smart indenting, and it seems to
> do a pretty good job at it already (aside from some gotchas). On the
> other hand, the inferior lua interpreter support isn't as good as it
> could be. What do you think about taking the best from each mode and
> combining them?
> The current version is still very much in flux, with daily changes and
> improvements, but feel free to look at it and/or try it, and to
> incorporate stuff into your mode (under the terms of the GPL, of
I think it's a great idea to combine both modes to create nice support
for lua. Feel free to contact me.