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- Subject: Re: [ANN] luacheck 0.7.2
- From: Peter Melnichenko <mpeterval@...>
- Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2015 15:58:09 +0400
On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 2:30 PM, John Logsdon
> Sorry to ask a dumb question but this looked just what I needed so I installed
> LuaRocks and the Windows SDK 8.1A on my Dell Inspiron 7000 box. My native
> environment is Linux so registries and things like that cause me to break out
> in a cold sweat! I have to use Windoze unfortunately in this application.
> But LC doesn't find the c++ compiler cl.exe and I suspect other things will
> fall over as well. :(
> Looking at the installed software, I see that Visual C++ 2005, 2008 and 2010
> are already installed, the last with 86 and x64 versions. I guess they came
> with the box as I don't recall installing them or maybe they came with
> something else.
> Anyway is there a way of configuring luacheck so that it can use one of these
> compilers? I don't want to break another program. Or the gcc compiler?
> Maybe I don't need the SDK. All I want to do is to check some code for
> missing declarations and unused variables!
You need to configure LuaRocks so that it can find cl.exe to compile
luafilesystem. I vaguely remember this answer helping:
http://stackoverflow.com/a/13428625/2733013. Also check that cl.exe is
in PATH. If that doesn't work, you can ask for help on the LuaRocks
mailing list. Anyway, I plan to remove hard dependency on
luafilesystem in the next release.