On Aug 23, 2007, at 4:22 PM, Tom Barta wrote:
On 8/23/07, Thomas Breuel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Sorry, I wasn't being clear; I have nothing against abstraction. What I'm saying is that if you express the interaction as code, all you can do with it is run it. If you express it as data, you can, in addition, build tools to edit, visualize, and manipulate it.
But I do, because the reason we're using Lua is that it's simple and small. The more complicated Lua becomes as a language, the less useful it becomes for us.