- The recommended book for this is Beginning Lua Programming (Wrox).
- Lua Reference Manual.
- Lua Binaries, and for Windows.
- UltraEdit Word File for Lua, with configuration
- SWIG. Don't quite understand how this works yet, but since I'm already invested in Boost, might as well try LuaBind too.
Integrating Lua into Visual Studio (and C/C++)
Also, take a look at the C++ page for more Visual Studio information.
- Additional Include Directories (
/I), found under Configuration Properties, C/C++, General. Add
- Additional Library Directories, found under Configuration Properties, Linker, General. Add
- Property Pages (
ALT + F7), Configuration Properties, Debugging, Environment. You can then use environment variables such as
PATH="C:\lua5_1_4_Win32_bin". You might also want to set your Working Directory to where the Lua scripts are for testing.