I have a more basic question:
What does Lua Studio do? There is no information in your email or even on the links provided. The General Info and Introduction launch right into where it installs and where to learn more about Lua, without even a sentence on what the software is intended to do.
I look forward to learning more! Thanks!
I can keep it in mind if you have suggestions. Also you can make your own, UI made on the same libraries available for everybody from Lua. If you look how exporter project works, you can even integrate it with any IDE available on Win or Mac. Exporter contains template projects, which can use Lua files from regular file system. Default IDE for quick start.
On Feb 1, 2019, at 20:50, João Victor Oliveira Couto <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi, I have seen your project, and it's awesome, congrats, but, the UI it's too strange to use, so if you can remake the UI this IDE can be a lot better, I think
Em dom, 20 de jan de 2019 às 16:12, Alexander Mokrushyn <firstname.lastname@example.org> escreveu:
LuaStudio 1.7.0 version release: https://scormpool.com/luastudio/
- recompiled with latest libraries
- android API 26 target (Google Play Store requirement)
old link to API 14 apk still works.
- few new samples:
1. In new 3D sample you can check how to load 3D OBJ file format (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wavefront_.obj_file), draw on textures, mouse/touchscreen interactions with 3D objects, ...
2. New Str Lib extension. Collection of functions for strings:
3. LUAC compiler included:
- exporter version 2.0
and many more small improvements and issue fixes