[TxMt] Lua Bundle

Alec B. Beardsley alec at osistech.com
Mon Oct 10 02:00:57 UTC 2005

I use it for WoW addons.

On Oct 9, 2005, at 8:23 PM, Gavin Kistner wrote:

> I tried to contact 'Wes' about the Lua bundle mentioned on the Wiki  
> bundle page, but never got a response, and decided to just write my  
> own.
> I think the syntax highlighting is correct - it includes  
> appropriate highlighting for all the keywords as well as all the  
> built-in library functions.
> In addition to some convenient Snippets for code forms that I  
> personally write frequently, I've added 'cheat sheet' Snippets for  
> all the global built-in functions and the table, string, and  
> coroutine libraries. These tab trigger Snippets fill out the  
> argument list with descriptive names, including which parameter(s)  
> are optional. When parameters are optional, I included the  
> preceding comma in the placeholder, so that tabbing through the  
> function and pressing delete will remove any undesirable optional  
> parameters.
> (I got tired of entering all the Snippets, and have not yet added  
> Snippets for the math, os, or io libraries.)
> You can download my bundle from http://phrogz.net/tmp/ 
> Lua.tmbundle.tar.gz
> (Is anyone else using programming Lua on MacOS X? :)
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