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- Subject: Re: Online Lua IDE - is it a good idea?
- From: Alek Paunov <alex@...>
- Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2012 17:33:45 +0200
On 06.02.2012 18:18, Tim Caswell wrote:
For those on the list who don't know me, I'm both the author of Luvit
(luvit.io) and work for Cloud9 (c9.io).
Lua guy at ajax.org - Just Great! ;-)
I try to not push Luvit too hard on this mailing list since it's
somewhat incompatible with stock lua, but I'll happly help with any
efforts in this area since it overlaps heavily with what I work on all
IMHO, the one of first steps (and common between nodejs/luvit,
local/online versions) should be achieving of proper Lua language
support in C9. It seems, the first variants for one to consider are
Treehugger based (clientside) or Metalua based (serverside) ones.
Could you suggest some reading order over C9 language support related
sources? What should be added, let say in Treehugger variant, for the
Lua support? Does someone (in- or outside ajax.org) already works on 2nd
Thank you and all the best for your efforts!