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  Thread: MurgaLua 0.7.0 RC1
Post: RE: MurgaLua 0.7.0 RC1

[quote=jpjacobs] Any news on the progress to the long awaited stable version? [/quote] I have it ... I just need to tidy it up. Hopefully my computers will arrive in the next week or two and I...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 25 796,555 07-04-2011, 09:29 PM
  Thread: MurgaLua 0.7.0 RC1
Post: RE: MurgaLua 0.7.0 RC1

There has been some coding done and progress testing ... Found a couple of ways to make murgaLua a little more robust. What I haven't had time for was to update the documentation. I will defi...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 25 796,555 10-08-2011, 03:21 AM
  Thread: Function to return the current directory
Post: RE: Function to return the current directory

If I remember rightly Windows has a "USERPROFILE" variable or something ... You can use the murgaLua.getHostOsName() to decide whether to use it ... Cheers JohnM
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 24 45,592 07-23-2007, 06:09 PM
  Thread: Function to return the current directory
Post: RE: Function to return the current directory

Hey, HOMEPATH isn't reliable, USERPROFILE is ... On my machine for instance HOMEPATH isn't set. Cheers JohnM
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 24 45,592 07-24-2007, 05:03 PM
  Thread: Function to return the current directory
Post: RE: Function to return the current directory

I did some research, I am thinking that murgaLua probably works on Win98, however on Win98 you wouldn't get things like "APPDATA" or "USERPROFILE" ... And maybe not even "OS". You will get things l...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 24 45,592 07-25-2007, 12:58 AM
  Thread: Function to return the current directory
Post: RE: Function to return the current directory

Incidentally, the new build will have THIS : http://www.keplerproject.org/luafilesystem/manual.html#reference Which might make your life easier. Cheers JohnM
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 24 45,592 07-27-2007, 06:49 PM
  Thread: Function to return the current directory
Post: RE: Function to return the current directory

[quote=mikshaw]Some of these functions are things I believe should have been a part of Lua already, or at least would be if it was my project. [/quote] This comes up a lot, people don't realize th...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 24 45,592 07-28-2007, 12:09 AM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries

Hi, Not the full release, but what will be the final binaries if I haven't made any mistakes (which is possible!). Documentation is still being re-written. A post will follow with more info, but...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 05-29-2009, 03:56 AM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries here !!

OK, [b]OK, I messed up, there are problems with the Linux XFT build.[/b] Please use the build under : bin\Linux\otherBuilds\non-Xft\ I will update the archive tonight with a new build that...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 05-29-2009, 09:23 PM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries here !!

Update : There is a problem with line drawing due to my aggressive optimizations in FLTK. This affects all Unix platforms. There is a bug with prepared statements in sqLite, this only affects Linux...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 05-29-2009, 10:30 PM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries here !!

The non-XFT Linux version will be fine apart from the SqLite issue. And the fact I forgot to upgrade your demo :-) (Which is now in there with a couple of tiny fixes). The non XFT version is th...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 05-30-2009, 01:27 AM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries here !!

Apparently MacOS and Windows are both 100% OK. I have fixed the two problems and will push out updated binaries for the affected platforms. The problem is due to linking to an old SqLitesec ... I ...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 05-30-2009, 06:34 AM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries here !!

UPDATE New builds with all known issues fixed for all platforms. Same link as above : http://www.my-plan.org/storage/private/murgaLua-snapshot.tar.gz I have removed the drawSleep test as i...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 06-03-2009, 10:05 AM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries

[quote=mvolovich] Can you build murgalua static for AMD64 platform? Will I have any problems with build it from source when murgalua 0.7.0 released? [/quote] You won't have problems, however, I a...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 06-04-2009, 07:45 PM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries

[quote=mvolovich] [quote=JohnMurga] [quote=mvolovich] Can you build murgalua static for AMD64 platform? Will I have any problems with build it from source when murgalua 0.7.0 released? [/quote] ...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 06-08-2009, 09:09 AM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries

Sorry for the lack of updates and 64Bit builds ... Family and work are taking up most of my time right now. Progress is being made, and the code is frozen, but it is slow. Cheers JohnM
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 06-23-2009, 01:53 AM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries

Sorry, I have been on an extended holiday with no computers ... What error do you get ? Cheers JohnM
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 07-13-2009, 09:48 PM
  Thread: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries
Post: RE: UPDATED - MurgaLua 0.7.0 Binaries

[quote=jyf1987]and i use your murgaLua 0.7.0 for Freebsd all full,core,lite version show that error [/quote] Umm ... I was hoping that FreeBSD variants where binary compatible ... They are not...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 21 40,027 08-25-2009, 03:58 AM
  Thread: How to advertise?
Post: RE: How to advertise?

I thought I'd post a quick response, but I am running late for work ... I think you are right, the main thing is for me to fix the docs and get some glossy demos out ... mikshaw's reference scri...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 20 36,939 01-21-2008, 05:51 PM
  Thread: How to advertise?
Post: RE: How to advertise?

[quote=asafp] One problem with something like murgalua is it's only as strong as it's weakest link.  If one of the components has a problem, all of murgalua is tarnished.  Right now, it seems like lu...
JohnMurga MurgaLua - General 20 36,939 01-24-2008, 07:02 PM
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