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- Subject: Re: this
- From: Romulo Bahiense <romulo@...>
- Date: Thu, 02 Mar 2006 18:32:26 -0300
You are trying very hard to get some kind of support here, but I think
nobody is actually understanding what you are saying.
Perhaps you should try to post a message written in german. I believe
there is at least one german-speaking person in this list which could at
least translate it to english.
Said that, and complementing that I'm not a C++ programmer, I'll try to
make your example work, but I'm not sure if this is what you are trying
to do and if it will actually work on a C++ environment.
static int MyPrint(lua_State *lua)
// Get the string at param 1
// Note that I added a "\n" to 'beautify' the output
printf("%s\n", lua_tostring(lua, 1));
// Pushes a string as result
// I'm using the lua_pushliteral macro, albeit
// you could just use lua_pushstring or lua_pushlstring
lua_pushliteral(lua, "Answer Text");
// How many values this function is returning?
// In this case, the MyPrint function is just
// pushing one value to the stack ("Answer Text")
// but it could be two, three, four, ...
// Pushes into stack your function, with zero upvalues.
lua_pushcclosure(m_pState, MyPrint, 0);
// Put this function in the Globals table.
/* Alternatively, you could also use the macro
lua_register to do all this job:
lua_register(m_pState, "MyPrint", MyPrint); */
In the Lua side, you would:
-- Note that I'm using MyPrint, not "trace"
v = MyPrint("42")
print("MyPrint returned: ", v)
Which would print to stdout, under normal temperature and pressure:
MyPrint returned: Answer Text
Good luck and best regards,
ps: I received your "I found the solution" message milliseconds before I
hit the Send button, and I hope the comments on my message may be useful
to you somehow.