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Thanks Terence, if you please, I'd be glad to receive a copy of the man

and I'll take a look at the LuaHelp. Actually, Lua syntax is pretty easy,
but some IO and internal functions require me to peek at the manual

My email is

Thanks again,
Dario Andrade

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Enviada: Thursday, June 20, 2002 11:06 PM
Assunto: [lua-l] Digest Number 769

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      1. Re: Man pages for Lua
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   Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 17:59:13 -0700
   From: "Terence Martin" <>
Subject: Re: Man pages for Lua

I have a man page for the "Language Reference" portion of the documentation,
which describes the features of the language and how they work. I'm not sure
how useful that is in the general sense, since once you know the language
constructs, you don't (often) need to go back and take a look. I made it to
hand out to some persons at work in my quest to oust perl as the scripting
language of choice.

Versions for the lua C API are in the works though. The LuaHelp addon that I
announced yesterday might give you all the man-like powers you need in the
shell, if you ran a copy of the lua interpreter a seperate window or

> Hi, are there any Man pages for Lua documentation (reference manual)?
> That would be extremely useful when programming in a shell.


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