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On Mon, Aug 1, 2016 at 3:52 PM, Dibyendu Majumdar
<> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am pleased to announce an update to the Lua / Ravi 5.3 debugger
> plugin for Microsoft's Visual Studio Code. Details of this plugin can
> be found at:
> The debugger can be installed from Visual Studio Code by the extension
> installation facility - search for 'Lua and Ravi 5.3 Debugger'.
> New in this release is better handling of global variables. As Lua
> predefines a number of globals including functions and tables, I have
> split the globals view into two sections: one shows the pre-defined
> Lua globals and the other view shows user defined globals. Also
> support has been added to allow expansion of tables in the globals
> view. Tables can be expanded to only one level of drill down in all
> views.
> In this release pre-built binaries are included for Windows 10, OSX and Ubuntu
> Linux - all 64-bit, and interpreter only. I am not sure if OSX and
> Linux binaries will work for everyone - if it does not then please let me know.
> There is still a lot more work to do but if anyone cares to try this out and
> send me feedback then please do!
> By the way - my impression of Visual Studio Code is very positive. It
> seems fairly easy to create plugins for languages and debuggers.
> Regards

Just a note to say that you inspired me to try Visual Code and your
plug-in. So far so good, although I can't say that I've been taxing it
in any significant way.

Thank you for your hard work!

Andrew Starks