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#1 kevinator9

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Posted 15 June 2007 - 07:43 AM

Ok. Total newbie here. What is CPLua? How does it work? What is it like (screenshots?)? How do I put it on my classpad?

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Posted 15 June 2007 - 11:54 AM

Thanks for reminding me to write this *ing documentation <_< :lol:

More details will follow during the next months (just who said I was dead? :P).
Now, a quick response to your (legitime) questions:

CPLua is an Add-In For the ClassPad. To install it you have the find the CPA file (it should be somewhere around here), and send it to your CP as any normal Add-In.
So what does this Add-In do? In fact it basically contains 2 things: a text editor, and an interpretor for the Lua programming language. Which means, that you can use CPLua to write and execute programs written in Lua. What's the interest? Well, compared to the CPBasic language, the Lua language is A LOT more powerful. :greengrin: You can write programs in Lua that would never have been possible to do with Basic ;)

So basically this is an Add-In made for programmers who want to be able to write some interesting new programs on their ClassPad without having to deal with Basic (too slow) or C++ (rather complicated) languages. :)

I hope these short explanations did help you ;)

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Posted 17 June 2007 - 04:48 AM

Thanks for reminding me to write this *ing documentation <_< :lol:

More details will follow during the next months (just who said I was dead? :P).


Nice to read you around again!!! I'll traslate your documentation into spanish!!! :greengrin:




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