I hadn't heard of lua as a programming language untill now, i'm only familiar with c++, c#, java and networking languages like html, php etc.
Originally Posted by Jelf
Just wikipedia'd LUA (pronounced LOO-UH) and had a look at some sample source code for it and the code in the screenshots fits lua's syntax!
but why are they appearing in home??
it would seem that its intentionally being put there as opposed to being a bug...
LUA has been around for a long while.
I wrote quite a few scripts myself with it and also converted alot of already written code to a later version, as some formatting and syntax had changed over the versions.
I found it a nice language to learn and is fairly straightforward with lots of "if this equals that then do this or else do this instead" if you know what i mean.
I find it very interesting that Home is written using it.
its like very good , tho i think it will be 3.00 with all that
I'd say its probably has something to do with the Warhawk space for Home being released soon, just my two cents.