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On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 10:13:36PM +0200, wrote:
>  Quoting William Ahern <>:
> >On Sat, Jun 21, 2014 at 09:33:43AM +0200, wrote:
> ><snip>
> >>To explain the problem (try two):
> >>I can't install the lua compiler (lua do org) with the newest version of
> >>Ubuntu, quote out of the manual of lua to install lua:
> >
> >FWIW, Lua 5.2.3 (the latest version) comes packaged for Ubuntu
> >14.04
> >LTS already. Just do
> >
> >$ sudo apt-get install lua5.2
> >
> >and for the development headers:
> >
> >$ sudo apt-get install liblua5.2-dev
> >
> >As others have pointed out, your problem with compiling is a missing
> >dependency. But unless you want to install a modified version (something
> >yousay you "refuse" to do), there's no reason not to install the package.
>  As first, thanks, this did now install without any error, what I still
> don't understand 'is even stranger':
> I still did not decide which tool I will use, that's why I installed:
> - ZeroBrane Studio <-> It does not throw a error-msg while I try to
> debbug/run a demo scripts, as it also does not open the window for the
> script, it just shows, quote;
> "Debugging session started in '/opt/zbstudio/myprograms/'.
> Debugging session completed (traced 0 instructions).
> Program completed in 1.06 seconds (pid: 2815)."

I stopped using graphical IDEs over 15 years ago and never looked back. I
use a text-based IDE, aka the Unix shell.

That said, ZeroBrane seems to be popular on this list. If you don't find any
help by checking the ZeroBrane archives

or by querying its list members

you might find help here, but you'd need to re-post because the subject of
your message is unhelpful. Many people do not read every e-mail message that
comes across this list; rather, only the ones that look interesting
according to their subject line.