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- Subject: Re: tolua++ or toluaxx
- From: Norman Ramsey <nr@...>
- Date: Sat, 09 Aug 2008 18:41:57 -0400
> I'm looking to integrate my C++ code (objects) with my Lua scripts, and
> have been looking for some wrapping tools. I've narrowed my choices down to
> tolua++ (http://www.codenix.com/~tolua/) and toluaxx
> (http://toluaxx.luaforge.net/ ). I'm just wondering what the differences
> were between them; what features they have over each other and how stable
> they are.
About two years ago I used tolua++ to try to integrate Lua with some
QT3/QT4 GUI programs. The tool works well but the design is
complexity piled on complexity---very not Lua-like. But as long as
you don't peek under the covers to see what is happening there, the
tool works well and is reasonably pleasant to use.
I have no experience of toluaxx.
If I were doing something small I'd code it by hand.