Update : VSLua

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Update : VSLua

Zulfiqar Malik-2

Hello Everybody,

 

The latest build of VSLua is available for download. Updates from the last build are:

 

- Visual Studio 2005 support.

- Standalone debugger, allowing users to debug Lua scripts without a host application. No additional input is required. Simply open the script in Visual Studio, place breakpoint(s) and hit the “Script Debug” button to start the session.

- Standalone script host, allowing users to execute (run) standalone scripts from within Visual Studio.

 

Please visit the following website for more information:

http://www.itrango.com/vslua/

 

Comments and feedback are welcome at:

[hidden email]

 

This is probably the final beta before the full and final release, which is expected within a few weeks time, so stay tuned. Once again, community feedback is and always will be of great value to us, so do not hesitate to send in your comments, suggestions and bugs.

 

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Regards,

Zulfiqar Inayat Malik.

Senior Software Engineer,

Trango Interactive.

 

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Re: Update : VSLua

Steve Heller
Any chance you will be supporting Lua 5.1 any time soon?
Thanks.

On Tue, 23 May 2006 13:43:53 +0500, "Zulfiqar Malik"
<[hidden email]> wrote:

>Hello Everybody,
>
>
>
>The latest build of VSLua is available for download. Updates from the last
>build are:
>
>
>
>- Visual Studio 2005 support.
>
>- Standalone debugger, allowing users to debug Lua scripts without a host
>application. No additional input is required. Simply open the script in
>Visual Studio, place breakpoint(s) and hit the "Script Debug" button to
>start the session.
>
>- Standalone script host, allowing users to execute (run) standalone scripts
>from within Visual Studio.
>
>
>
>Please visit the following website for more information:
>
>http://www.itrango.com/vslua/
>
>
>
>Comments and feedback are welcome at:
>
>[hidden email]
>
>
>
>This is probably the final beta before the full and final release, which is
>expected within a few weeks time, so stay tuned. Once again, community
>feedback is and always will be of great value to us, so do not hesitate to
>send in your comments, suggestions and bugs.
>
>

Steve