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- Subject: Re: debian: no lua.h?
- From: "chris.danx" <chris.danx@...>
- Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 23:00:13 +0200
Daniel Silverstone wrote:
I don't believe so. It's rare for library packages to recommend their
How can I set the compiler to look for the header files in
/usr/include/lua50 or include it?
I tend to #include <lua50/lua.h> but you can just do #include <lua.h>
and then stick -I/usr/include/lua50 on the commandline.
Also, consider looking at lua-config50 which is a tool liblua50-dev
That's a nice tool. Thanks.
I started the Ada 95 binding tonight and although it doesn't do very
much (just creates a state, loads the libs and fires some strings at lua
ala the book), it's nice to see it working and it's not as bad as I'd
feared (some c libs are really painful to bind to, but this is a doddle).