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Lua editor?

Max Gilead-2
Hi!

There is a editor called jEdit (http://jedit.sourceforge.net) that can
be easily extended with syntax coloring for Lua (or any other language).

It can't handle Lua's comments for now but I have reported it to the
author and it will be fixed in next release.

Sure, it's not a full-blown Lua editor (it's written in Java) but anyway
it's good editor.

Max


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RE: Lua editor?

Andre Oliveira da Costa
At the risk of starting a 'which-text-editor-to-use' war ;) I would only
like to remember that VIM (vi improved, http://www.vim.org) has syntax
highlighting for many languages, including Lua.

Regards,

Costa
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André Oliveira da Costa
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: [hidden email] [[hidden email]
> Behalf Of Max Gilead
> Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2000 7:15 PM
> To: Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: Lua editor?
>
>
> Hi!
>
> There is a editor called jEdit (http://jedit.sourceforge.net) that can
> be easily extended with syntax coloring for Lua (or any other language).
>
> It can't handle Lua's comments for now but I have reported it to the
> author and it will be fixed in next release.
>
> Sure, it's not a full-blown Lua editor (it's written in Java) but anyway
> it's good editor.
>
> Max
>
>
> --
> Max Gilead ([hidden email])
http://3d.linart.krakow.pl/OfficinaArtificialis
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