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- Subject: Re: Debuggers for Lua???
- From: Chris Marrin <chris@...>
- Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 15:19:28 -0700
Fabio Mascarenhas wrote:
No date for a beta version yet, sorry. But the latest version of Scite
has syntax highlighting and code completion for the Lua standard
library. Using it plus RemDebug via the console is a good stopgap
until a visual debugger is ready.
Yes, I will start with that. I am also heavily into using wxLua in my
system. So putting together a little GUI front-end might not be too hard.
Speaking of RemDebug: the versions I have seen expect you to do
something like a require "remdebug" and then make a call to it at the
start of you program. This makes no sense to me. Are there any Lua.exe
versions that incorporate this (maybe using a -d flag on the command
line or something)?
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