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- Subject: Re: work divide up (was How to setup working LUA environment under Ubuntu?)
- From: Patrick <spell_gooder_now@...>
- Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 08:38:44 -0500
Thanks for your quick response. The links in the announcement email seem
to be dead.
Is there anything specific I can do to help with this project?
BTW I was planning on emailing you, thanks very much for your unofficial
Lua FAQ writing, it has really helped me a lot-Patrick
steve donovan wrote:
On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 3:09 PM, Patrick
I am really enjoying Lua itself but the rest of the Lua world does not seem
to be working well for me on Ubuntu. There was some discussion about a
batteries included package for Linux a while back.
Here was the initial alpha announcement:
What work needs to be
done? Is there a plan of action? If so I would like to "get in the game" and
There were several opinions at the time:
(1) rather concentrate on the distro package management. My argument
was that there was more to Linux than Debian, which was probably not a
(2) L4L should only have packages which are genuinely cross-platform,
so that it can be a proper brother to Lua for Windows. At the time I
was fond of LuaGTK (now LuaGnome) but I'm open to other options here
(obvious candidates are IUP and wxLua)
I managed to get a build going on OS X as well, although of course
without SciTE and luagtk being available.
Have a go at running/compiling L4L and see.