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On Thu, 14 Feb 2013 16:35:01 +0000
Hadriel Kaplan <> wrote:

> On Feb 14, 2013, at 10:56 AM, Joshua Jensen <>
>  wrote:
> > Unless they removed support for it, Decoda can also attach to any
> > external process that has a Lua core and debug it. That's a big
> > deal in some cases.
> So can Koneki LDT and ZeroBrane Studio.  And both of them can also
> run on non-Windows operating systems, unlike Decoda, which might be a
> big deal for some folks.  I think both LuaEdit and DforD LuaCoding
> can do remote debugging too, but they're only for Windows. 
> But I'm not disparaging Decoda at all - it's great to have so many
> choices for Lua IDEs. Naturally it's impossible to name any as the
> "best", for all people/needs.

Do any of these IDEs have database connectivity and screen painters
such that you can quickly develop an application? Something like
Powerbuilder or Delphi or Clarion?