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- Subject: RE: C++ creation of object, and Lua co-calling
- From: "Dirk Ringe" <ringe@...>
- Date: Sun, 16 Jun 2002 23:07:06 +0200
We use tolua for the interfacing of lua<->c++.
For registering objects created in c++ to lua we use the following small
void CUtlLua::SetGlobal(const char *_sVarName, void *_pData, const char
lua_pushusertag(pLuaState, _pData, tolua_tag(pLuaState, _sTagName));
The same method would probably be applied to other wrapper systems. The key
to the solution is to assign the object pointer the correct tag.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Robert Sadedin
Sent: Sunday, June 16, 2002 10:55 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: C++ creation of object, and Lua co-calling
For my game scripting, I need to be able to expose methods from objects
created in my c++ class to Lua.
I know there are a number of solutions for providing c++ classes in lua so
long as they are created in Lua, but what about when the construction is in
the host application?
Essentially, I need method sharing with the creation process being
consumated by the c++ app.
What is the simplest, and least ambitious method for doing this that you
experts can think of?