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- Subject: Re: [ANN] Lua Short Reference, v5.1 draft
- From: Graham Henstridge <graham@...>
- Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 00:07:44 +1000
I too am a believer in short guides and have also up dated Enrico
Colombini's work a while ago. More recently I compiled a LuaSocket
Short Ref. Both drafts available from bottom of: http://
The format may not be to everyones' taste and could be more compact.
Apologies to both Enrico Colombini and Diego Nehab for not giving
them prior alert.
On 16/05/2007, at 8:10 AM, duck wrote:
I have tried to include all important changes for Lua 5.1,
corrected some minor bugs and typos and changed the layout so that
whole thing now prints on four pages (A4, for the time being). It
more cramped than does Enrico's version but then again, it's a
card and not a literary work.
3. I know this is outside the scope of Lua + core libraries, and
the four-pageness (i.e. 8-pageness) of the document, but how about an
"extended version" which squeezes in LuaSocket, too? (Pushing my