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- Subject: Re: lua documentation
- From: Sol Salpagarov <salpagarov@...>
- Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2017 01:47:36 +0300
It's a pity that PIL is not free and we will need to repeat this work
2017-12-17 16:01 GMT+03:00 Ką Mykolas <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> There were some guys, including me, adding some docs at the StackOverflow
> Sadly, the project was "dismantled". Also, there similar initiative in
> DuckDuckGo instant answers.
> On Sun, Dec 17, 2017 at 9:43 AM, Ryan Ford <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Just going to throw this out there, but https://devdocs.io has lua 5.1-5.3
>> and is a very handy resource. Saves your selected docs in the browsers local
>> storage do you can use it offline. Also have love, the nginx lua mod docs if
>> you're into those things as well. Really great resource.
>> Sent from my Android phone with mail.com Mail. Please excuse my brevity.
>> On 12/16/2017, 8:45 AM Matthew Frederico <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> 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..
>>> So, I created https://www.luadocs.com/ to help me learn lua better. I
>>> based it on the php.net design, so you can do https://luadocs.com/ipairs and
>>> it should pull up the ipairs docs.
>>> 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!
>>> Warmest Regards,
>>> -`;'- Matthew Frederico