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Postby Guest » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:17 am

Maybe you could add the version number also to the plugin-name to be visible in neobook's plugin install dialog. (And/Or implement an about-dialog)

ok :wink:

Add some doc about the compiler to the doc.

:? an information and how to use the compiler is documented on the help file. It's part of the Lua Reference, the last section. Was it difficult to find? :oops: I'll expose it directly to the main content on the next release :wink:

Thank you :)
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Postby marsweb » Sat Apr 09, 2005 3:16 am

I have a question about lua scripting.Maybe not the best place to ask it..but here goes: I want to use some advanced math functions in lua for neobook. I understand that I have to load a library to do this. Where do I find the math library and how do I 'call' it. Thx
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Postby SpiritHorse_ » Sat Apr 09, 2005 6:43 am

All the standard lua libraries are included in the lua plugin and the math library is just one of many.

Also Lua is quite simular to the C programming language only simpler.
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Postby reynoldlariza » Sun Apr 10, 2005 11:27 pm

Guestus wrote:I have a question about lua scripting.Maybe not the best place to ask it..but here goes: I want to use some advanced math functions in lua for neobook. I understand that I have to load a library to do this. Where do I find the math library and how do I 'call' it. Thx


as SpiritHorse said the math library is also included. To prove it try this on the demo pub:
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return math.random(10,20)


click rlNeoLuaVar button. It will return random numbers between 10 to 20.

All the standard math functions are included the help file, namely from Basic operations, Exponential functions, Trigonometic functions, etc.
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Postby rcohen » Wed Apr 20, 2005 10:21 am

Guestus wrote:I have a question about lua scripting.Maybe not the best place to ask it..but here goes: I want to use some advanced math functions in lua for neobook. I understand that I have to load a library to do this. Where do I find the math library and how do I 'call' it. Thx


If you would like to add a forum topic to the File Archive for lua scripting, please email me with the request and I'd be happy to add it.

Cheers

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Postby reynoldlariza » Thu May 12, 2005 10:35 pm

rlNeoLua v1.2d is now released!

- Fixed a bug that forces a return value of whole number, instead of real-numbers.
- The installer is now smaller compare to to previous release. Thanks to Inno Setup 5.
- added an About dialog box too!
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Postby reynoldlariza » Mon Dec 19, 2005 5:54 am

NOTICE!

I'm sorry to say that, rlNeoLua is now obsolete.
I will not be giving anymore support for this release.
ALL users of this version are highly recommended to upgrade to rlNeoLua Professional.
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