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- Subject: Re: OLE Automation and Lua
- From: Dave Nichols <dave.nichols@...>
- Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2007 15:56:03 +0100
I have ported LuaCOM to 5.1 but do not know how to donate it. (I'm not a
C programmer and Wiki's are a mystery to me). If anyone can give me an
idiots guide to giving everyone access to it I'll gladly do it.
Petr Stetiar wrote:
Jeremy Darling <email@example.com> [2007-07-13 08:03:11]:
I've searched all over the web and the only library I've found is LuaCOM,
but the last update was back in 2005 and it appears is for Lua 5.0. I'm
working in Lua 5.1 and would like something that worked as a standard DLL
Module that can be plugged under Lua itself. Anyone have any ideas on where
to start or if there is another way to go about this using only the normal
Windows API? Sorry for the two sided question, but I'm going nuts!
You can either port LuaCOM to recent Lua release (consider it, you're giving
something back), or you can use C/Invoke and use Windows OLE/API directly.
Similar to Python's ctypes or .Net's pinvoke().
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