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- From: kevin beckford <chiggsy@...>
- Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2010 12:51:54 -0700
>> ...and so i think, if it parse then i can covert it to lua, right?
Humor: This is our industry's version of the Philosopher's stone:
The Universal Converter.
Even it's little brother the "Syntax de-suckifier" is quite useful, I
am using a Ruby project called Compass right now, which uses Haml (
de-suckifies HTML ) and SCSS ( de-suckifies ) CSS. It's basically a
preprocessor, allowing me to use ordinary computer language concepts
on markup languages. I love it. I love it more than I love MVC,
which allows me to send this CSS off to some place where they 'pretty
Does a similar thing exist in Lua? The simple fact that I used the
word 'Ruby' in this post has slowed down the internet by a tiny