Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by Wulf, Dec 14, 2016.
I'd suggest contacting your host then, as it seems they do not allow full access.
Okay, thanks. I guess really I should make a start on rewriting my plugins then - and learn C# to do so.
The timing isn't great to be fair, trying to get anything done at Xmas is not the easiest for some people :/ especially if some of that might require support from third-party providers.
But it is what it is - and I do still appreciate all the help I've got here in making plugins happen
How far down the road is complete shutdown of lua?
Unsure right now.
Roughly? 1 Month? Less? More?
Less? 5 days? What? I believe it should be prolonged (not officially but still working with ur managed.zip) for at least 2 more months, thank you.
It'll always be working via manual install as long as it compiles, nothing stopping that.
disable support to Coffeescript,
No one uses
i install some .lua plugin and its not compile the plugin not make config not do anything waht i need to do should i install the Managed.zip?
Lua isn't really supported anymore as per this topic. If you'd like to use it, steps are in the first post, otherwise I'd suggest looking for an alternative to the plugin that is still in Lua.
I have some old customized LUA plugins that have stuff like
which if I change to
doesn't work and gives the error
"function arguments expected near 'then' "
Is there any fix to this? Will there be any update to the http://oxidemod.org/attachments/managed-zip.31085/ file?
Those are provided by Rust, not Oxide. If they do not work, they do not work. For your other question, see Enabling Lua (.lua) plugin support | Oxide
. (dot) for fields and properties, : (colon) for methods