This website has been discontinued - see the Lua Wiki at http://lua-users.org/wiki/ instead!
Disclaimer: this is a personal initiative, supporting - but not endorsed by - the official Lua website at http://www.lua.org, which says:
- Lua is a powerful, light-weight programming language designed for extending applications
This area is being filled with notes, links, and code snippets. Every page has an Edit link at the bottom, feel free to add content and fix errors/typo's. There's a Graffiti page where you can safely experiment with editing. To add a new page, insert a link (e.g. "[My page title]"), save it, and then click on the brackets.
Table of contents:
- Latest news  - Nov 2000: Lua 4.0 released
- Links to Documentation pages
- Links to the Lua Software and add-ons
- Links to Community activities and people
- Some pages with Sample code on this wiki
- Links to some Lua language Design Issues
- Links to a few Other Lua pages on the web
- Canadian mirror of TeCGraf - HTTP  - FTP 
- Feel free to add more...
- People contributing to this site
This wiki runs on the mini.net server. For details about the concept of a Wiki Wiki Web, see http://c2.com/cgi/wiki - Ward Cunningham's site. This wiki clone is my own implementation, called WiKit. Enjoy :o)
Note: you are looking at
the snapshot of an old wiki
- much of this information
is likely to be very outdated