Which .lua Editor do you use?

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Re: Which .lua Editor do you use?

Post by osgeld » Wed Apr 01, 2009 3:49 am

Alex wrote: 1)Vim is a modal text editor.
2) The auto completion works by reading the words in all of the files you have open at the time. So you have to type out a function for the first time in full, but when the next time you want to type it you can auto-complete it. There probably is some way of having it read through a set of default functions, I imagine.
1) very nice

2) thats why i like the idea of DEVötiön IDE, cause its made around the love system, so it helps with "obscure" function names.
I can remember scene.update.background(layer); or anything else I wrote well before anything anyone else has written. That sends me back to the doc's, where as it would be nice to declare a love system function and have it pop up in a different color when correct ... ect

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Re: Which .lua Editor do you use?

Post by Sparx » Sun Apr 05, 2009 11:40 am

I use Crimson Editor... It's quite old and it's not developed any longer but free and powerfull

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Re: Which .lua Editor do you use?

Post by jaber » Sun Apr 05, 2009 12:28 pm

using Geany in Windows XP (XP look vertically)

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Re: Which .lua Editor do you use?

Post by peplos » Sun Apr 05, 2009 12:41 pm

In windows I use notepad++

And in linux... i can't install love, i have problem with the dependences... may be, when appear a .rpm for suse i will install it. :)

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