> Thanks, that reference has been really helpful in figuring out some
> of the more obscure parts of lauxlib. If you get time to update it for
> 3.2, it'd be quite appreciated.
> Just out of curiosity, what program did you use to generate the
> reference? It's a really nice format for documenting this sort of
I'll probably have a revised version, including the 3.2 new function, in a
couple of weeks.
You'll probably be disappointed about the program used for generating the
documentation. It is the age-old ('92), yet faithful, Word 5.1 for