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- Subject: Re: lua documentation
- From: Charles Heywood <vandor2012@...>
- Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2017 02:09:19 +0000
I think it's a good concept but if we're going to do per-page descriptions, perhaps it'd be great to include examples, possible ways the functions can error, and other useful information about the functions (i.e. for the ipairs() function, give a full example of what works, what doesn't, etc.) as well as providing some pages for "concepts" like coroutines and protected function calls.
Lua is a fantastic language. I've been enjoying getting to know it .. I'm still not quite on par with my lua skills as I am in PHP - however - I am endeavoring to do so.
The documentation is something that makes it difficult to manage - and learning php was easy due to how their documentation / website was set up..
Right now it is using the 5.1 english manual from lua.org
, but I plan to start adding the other languages as I go along. Also, it is currently written in PHP .. don't be angry.
I would appreciate any feedback!