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- Subject: AW: scons with toLua++
- From: "Mark Horowitz" <mark.horowitz@...>
- Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 23:00:34 +0100
Yes, I've come to the same conclusion - forget the standalone scons and
simply install python!
The standalone thing referred apparently to scons: it didn't need python to
run. I think someone got it mixed up.
-- Do you think I will have problems with either
because I'm running Windows NT?
-- What do you do your Lua editing / running / debugging in when using
[mailto:email@example.com]Im Auftrag von Asko Kauppi
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 25. März 2004 22:11
An: Lua list
Betreff: Re: scons with toLua++
scons is worth using anyhow, it's a great tool!
I'd recommend installing Python 2.2 (that's what I did) and then Scons.
The Python installer is painless and smart, I do not know of the
standalone one (please tell :).
btw, I've also made a Lua front-end to SCons, currently renamed
'Hamster'. It uses a very similar API, but all the build scripts are in
Lua. And.. it works with regular make (no dependencies).
25.3.2004 kello 18:11, Horowitz, Extern kirjoitti:
> I'm trying to get toLua++ up and running. It's install file says this:
> This version of tolua++ uses SCons to compile (http://www.scons.org).
> SCons is
> python based, IF YOU DON'T HAVE PYTHON, you can download a
> stand-alone version
> of SCons from their website.
> Question: I'm doing this on windows (NT), and I don't have python
> installed, so, where is the stand-alone version?
> I downloaded "scons-local-0.95.zip", but it's scons file is a python
> file, i.e. that doesn't work.
> Is this the true "stand-alone" version? If so, how do I compile my
> "SConstruct" for toLua++ using it, but without python?
> If not, which is the correct "stand-alone" file?
> Also: Will I be able to use this with a Lua debugger, for instance the