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Ah, there you are Mr Belmonte,  I was beginning to think you'd done a
runner.. How are you dealing with ex-ex-pat syndrome now you're back in the

I'll check out luabind, at first glance it seems better supported than

I hope I'm not causing too many waves of disapproval in the Lua crowd with
my sudden torrent of questions and poking about.  :-)


Q-Games, Dylan Cuthbert.

"John Belmonte" <> wrote in message">
> Dylan Cuthbert wrote:
> > In the newsgroup archives I found mention of LuaPlus
> > (, an extension to Lua for C++ with addin
> > for Visual Studio's debugger and a whole lot more.
> >
> > Anyone else using this?  it looked rather good, especially the Lua core
> > enhancements: integral support for wide strings and metatables for
> > types too.  A lot of the C++ wrappers made sense too.
> >
> > I didn't see mention of it on, or maybe it was in too
> > a place to find.
> Hi Dylan,
> As far as C++ wrappers, I haven't had the opportunity to use it yet, but
have you looked
> at luabind (
> I think it's unfortunate that the various extentions out there these days
(like extended
> metatables) aren't maintained as stand-alone patches to the official
distribution.  Such
> patches were popular in the Lua 4 days (see,
> but the art of careful mix-and-match friendly patching seems to have been
lost somewhere.
> I added a LuaPlus link to
> -John
> -- 
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