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I'm working on the debugging support for QDE. It's in the beta phase...

Attila Siladji
Quotix Software

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Chris Marrin
Sent: Saturday, September 24, 2005 5:12 PM
To: Lua list
Subject: Debuggers for Lua???

I have been looking for a visual debugger for Lua and I'm confused about 
the landscape out there. Some (like TitMouse) don't seem to be in active 
development. Others (like wxLua) don't seem particularly stable or 
documented at all. LuaIDE is pretty complete, but also does not look 
like it is being developed. LuaEdit seems to be the best of the bunch. 
But it is written in Delphi, so I can't hack on it to, for instance, 
make it run on 5.1.

Is anyone out there using anything that they like?

It seems to me that a nice debugging environment could be created mostly 
in Lua by piecing together Scite (with it's built-in Lua scriptng and 
Director interface) for the source display, RemDebug for the client 
side, and wxLua for the GUI. Is anyone working on anything like this 

chris marrin                    "As a general rule,don't solve puzzles                 that open portals to Hell"