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On 7 March 2011 13:38, Sebastien Lai <> wrote:
> I was planning to teach myself what is possible to do with graphical
> user interfaces in Lua.
> Naturally my first step was to assemble a list of available toolkits,
> but the result is kind of depressing-ish:
>    + lqt - Qt is awesome, and if lqt had a documentation I suppose it
> would be awesome too, but lqt is very much impossible to use without a
> documentation (at least not without doing hours of attempting to
> translate the official Qt documentation into Lua, which can be very
> tiresome)

What exactly were your problems with documentation?  Usually there is
a 1-1 correspondence between the C++ and Lua code. I guess it could be
possible to auto-generate docs for Lua from the coments of Qt if it is
really needed...