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- Subject: RE: any flightsim/simpit Lua users?
- From: "Radvan, James" <James.Radvan@...>
- Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 17:19:12 +0100
Cool, LOMAC is exactly what I was getting into Lua for. I'm
designing the software for my simpit and am starting simple with just a
basic digital output for altitude/airspeed etc. Have you found it easy
enough to get this information out? What modifications were needed for the
export.lua? I assume it's possible to read the socket using Java.
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> Sent: 21 June 2004 17:01
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> Subject: Re: any flightsim/simpit Lua users?
> I do. I'm currently working with a simulator/air combat game called Lock
> On: Modern Air Combat.
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