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On 03-Feb-20 18:51, Coda Highland wrote:
On that note: Promoting a beginner-friendly Lua IDE, even if it's not suitable for professional use, is going to be the biggest step we could take towards making it easy for novices to get started with Lua development on Windows.

Perhaps, but Python hasn't got one out of the box and is much used anyway. An IDE could be an interesting step after standard libraries, distribution and package manager (not necessarily in this order).

I now digress, but simple, easy to use graphics and/or an UI builder could really made a language popular. But that would be a long distance down the road and certainly not worth dispersing energy now.