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- Subject: Re: Mac os x
- From: Asko Kauppi <asko.kauppi@...>
- Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2004 01:26:15 +0300
You might want to start with LuaX (http://luaforge.net/projects/luax).
It's one of the Lua 5 distributions (like LuaCheia). Grab 0.70-alpha2
tgz, and just 'make' :).
To build with the modules included (SDL etc.) you must first install
them via fink. There's more info in the release notes.
LuaX is a multiplatform distro, you can use it not only on OS X but
also Win32, Linux, NetBSD.. PocketPC (not tested). have fun!
16.9.2004 kello 01:05, Samuel M.Smith kirjoitti:
I am a newbie to LUA. I have been programming Python for some time and
am looking at Lua as maybe a smaller more embeddable
language. Anyway to play around with Lua I want to build it on Os X.
The readme and install files that come with the distribution don't
any specific hints for OS X especially with regards compiler flags
shared library options etc in the config file. Could some one who had
built Lua on OS X tell
me how to configure for OSX.