LuaStudio application is loading projects from user document folder. Location to this folder can be printed from Lua code: print(Lib.Media.FileSystem.File.documentsDirectory.nativePath)
Project file has extension *.luastudio. You can open it as SQLite data base. Project Samples.luastudio hold this name for default examples. Delete or rename old samples if you want restore original version.
Lua Studio compiled to few platform targets:
- Windows [32, 64 bit],
- Mac OS [64 bit],
- iOS 8+ [ARMv7, ARM64],
- Android API16+ [ARMv7, ARM64].
As an alternative to official Lua release, Lua JIT version available on Windows and Mac desktop OS.
You can run LuaStudio in application mode using command line arguments:
on Mac: open -na LuaStudio.app --args -a Samples.luastudio /HelloWorld.lua "Custom Window Title"
on Windows: LuaStudio.exe -a Samples.luastudio /HelloWorld.lua "Custom Window Title"
Parameter -a and next two: project_file_path, executable_lua_script_path force LuaStudio open and immediately launch Lua file from specific location instead of displaying whole list of available projects. Last parameter window_title responsible for new custom window title, can be omitted.
Full screen mode:
on Mac: use default top left icon for full screen resizing
on Windows: use Alt + Enter keys combination for switching
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