The original file is ODF (Open Office). I know this information *should* go on the wiki but the reality for me is OO gives me a much easier editing environment than the wiki provides. This is not designed to replace the wiki, but it is better for my purposes. One day I'll probably write an exporter to wikify this document but for now please don't post OT about the pros and cons of wikis.
This thread is for feedback on the accuracy of the information in the guide. I know many sections need more information but for now assume that I will expand the information and number or examples but haven't got around to it yet (or don't understand the topic well enough). Most of the current content deals with code and concepts I have actually used so it is a bit light on stuff I have no experience with (eg, map scripts). This is probably a good thing because writing about something you've never done is a good way to spread misinformation.
Feel free to drop missing information and corrections in this thread or via email (spliff/at/warriorhut.org) or PM.
Last edited by SpliFF on 01 Nov 2009, 15:32, edited 1 time in total.
Some of the optimization info text is logicaly incorrect (twisted "slower" with "faster" etc.). At best you check the source of those tips directly: CA's LuaPerformance Wiki
I know you wrote the tests but are you sure? I think there might be some confusion based on the grammer i used, ie:
runs slightly slower than: (do it the second way)
runs faster as: (do it the second way)
That second line might be accidently read as "runs faster than".
I'll improve the grammar but if I really did make a mistake could you be more specific? Also I've included these examples for the same reason I wrote the manual in the first place, often in free communities like this things get lost or moved. It's frustrating to have a manual say "check out these tips" and then get a 404. I haven't plagiarized your work, just reported your conclusions and put a credit and the original link at the top of the section.
OO gives me a much easier editing environment than the wiki provides. This is not designed to replace the wiki, but it is better for my purposes. One day I'll probably write an exporter to wikify this document but for now please don't post OT about the pros and cons of wikis.
P.S. I read that, but I'd like to put it on the wiki, becaus the current information in it is very usefull, I'll keep the page updated if you improve the guide.
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