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  1. #1
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    Mar 2012
    Gothenburg, Sweden

    LUA, any decent compilers that support using it with teamspeak?

    Does anyone have a good LUA editor to use with teamspeak while debugging?

    I'm staring myself blind on using the notepad for creating a LUA plugin. Whenever something's wrong, I have absolutely no idea what is actually causing the problem.

    Help appreciated, thanks.

    --- Merged ---

    Also, is there any decent way to find out the list of functions for the teamspeak plugin?

    I'm a bit spoiled with visual studio you see...
    Last edited by florian_fr40; 27-03-2012 at 08:39.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2010

    LUA is not a compiled language.
    You have just to create a files (you have an example in the lua_plugins folder) and add them in the lua_plugins folder (in a new folder).

    To have some information (like test) you could start the client console (editing the target of the desktop shortcut):
    D:\program .....  \ts3client_win64.exe -console
    ABout the list, you have all fonction in the ts3events.lua file (and many information in the other files)

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