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eLua and STM32F4 II

Last time we built eLua for the STM32F4DISCOVERY board, and ran an interactive Lua session on it. This time I’d like to look more at how you might integrate it into an application of your own. You might have noticed the ls command last time, when we asked for help at the eLua shell prompt. […]

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eLua and STM32F4

I am sufficiently taken with Lua that I went looking for interesting Lua projects. I came across eLua. eLua is a project to build a version of Lua that can be used in embedded projects. There is certainly potential there for making life easier. Often in embedded projects, the vast majority of the work is […]

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Lua and C++

I’ve not yet had a project that’s needed an embedded scripting language. When I do, I think I’ll reach for Lua. $ apt-get install lua5.2 liblua5.2-dev Command line lua: $ lua Lua 5.2.2 Copyright (C) 1994-2013 Lua.org, PUC-Rio > print("Hello, World") Hello, World Embedded lua: #include <lua5.2/lua.hpp> int main() { // Create a Lua virtual […]

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