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Sam Roberts wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 12:50 PM, Francesco Abbate <> wrote:
>> For the other side I've discovered some shortcomings of Lua:
>> 1) the lack of a debugger to step through the code is really painful.
> I've never found a debugger as good as gdb for ruby, python, or lua.  :-(

If you have access to a Windows, try LfW. While I doubt that you've
ported gsl-shell to Windows :), you might find ways in which the Scite
debugger can help you with some of your your Lua code. I've used it that
way a few times.

Unfortunately I'm a couple years behind with Ubuntu here at work, so I
can't (easily) try the latest Eclipse to check for Lua support there.


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