I guess difference of opinions on this. I’ve been using Lua for ages and have never encountered a problem with the way they develop. Their development practices are a little old school, but it just means it’s robust and stable.
The lack of a glitzy batteries included installer/distribution probably comes down to the fact that they’re more interested in in the embedded use case than the general scripting language use case. Which, is perfect for us.
I genuinely believe there wasn’t a better option for us to choose for our use case.
Ah, yeah, good note. Until about a month ago, the live logger was a separate tool. It probably doesn’t make sense to keep that section separated anymore. I’ll bookmark my post for a reminder on Monday.
Yeah, this beta release is somewhat developer focused. We need to base functionality there first, then we’ll go about making it more non-developer tinkerer friendly.
There’s only so much time to get everything done with a small number of engineers working on it.