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- Subject: Re: Debug embedded Lua
- From: Joshua Jensen <josh.jjensen@...>
- Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 15:08:12 -0700
----- Original Message -----
From: Patrick Rapin
Date: 2/14/2012 3:01 PM
I now use Tilde  instead of LuaPlus's Remote Lua Debugger. Tilde is
supposedly architected to accept varying transport layers. It comes with a
Sorry, I was in fact referring to Tilde. I did not realize it was an
enhanced fork from LuaPlus debugger (in particular there are still
dependencies to LuaPlus tools).
Still, Tilde seems a great tool and looks very promising, but lacks
(up to date) documentation.
Some form of a tutorial to make it work would be great !
Tilde is _not_ an enhanced fork of the LuaPlus Remote Lua Debugger.
I no longer use the LuaPlus Remote Lua Debugger. Instead, I use an
updated version of Tilde. I have made updates on my own, because the
folks (Tantalus) who wrote it haven't responded to any emails I have
sent. I continue to make updates as I find time for them.
Tilde is not documented superbly well, but it is probably the best open
source graphical Lua debugger out there. As such, I am interested in
And, embarrassingly, I just realized it was you who had sent me a GitHub
pull request. I added a comment to it that I need an answer to, and
then I would happily pull it in.