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On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 08:53, Rob Kendrick <> wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Jun 2010 11:48:57 -0700
> "Stuart P. Bentley" <> wrote:
>> I **heartily** suggest [IUPLua](
>> It has a very Lua-like design, and works across Windows, GTK, and
>> Motif, so you can be pretty sure your application will work on any
>> operating system, Unix or otherwise, in use today.
> Has anybody worked out how to build this without ripping out your own
> hair yet, though?  WxLua is similar.  lgob (a Lua->GObject binding)
> used to be an exercise in pain to build, but I'm told it's much better
> now (but it will still make you unhappy.)
> B.

If you're not happy with lgob, you might try LuaGnome. I use it for all my GUIs.

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