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- Subject: Re: Monitoring variables of a running script from c
- From: "pan shizhu" <pan.shizhu@...>
- Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2008 19:55:04 +0800
I think you should read the samples included with the standard lua distribution. There's a sample program doing exactly what you said.
download the source of lua 5.1.4 and see the "test/trace-globals.lua" you should get some idea.
On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 6:55 PM, Stevo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
i am developing a small application for controlling a robot unit. In this program is use lua to run scripts which move the robot by calling the functions of the c program. This works fine but now i would like to implement a variable monitor, to display the value of e.g. the counter of a for-loop in the GUI of the c-program.
The easiest implemetation for me would be to pass another c-function to lua which can be added in the script to pass the value of the desired variable and update the view. But this is also the least elegant solution ;)
I read a bit into the lua-debug-facilities but i did not really understand if monitoring variables is possible with it.
The third thing is the variable lua_getglobal. Is it possible to call it periodically in the C-programm while the script is running? I read the function takes the variable from the stack so i guess it is only valid to call lua_getglobal when the skript has finished?
Thanks in advance for your help!
(and sorry for my bad english ;)