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05/10/14, 10:07 PM   #21
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Thanks very much for providing this. It's been most helpful!
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05/11/14, 02:31 AM   #22
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Tried, trusted, and true... I find the compiler does a pretty damned good job of showing errors.
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05/11/14, 12:46 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by CatoTheElder View Post
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Tried, trusted, and true... I find the compiler does a pretty damned good job of showing errors.
Personally, I'm waiting for someone to write an EMACS major mode...
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05/11/14, 02:15 PM   #24
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Thanks for the info. I am working in VS the whole day, too. Right now I am only using Notepad++ for my small addons, but I guess I could start to organize them a bit better and a better IDE would be helpful for that.
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07/25/14, 01:51 AM   #25
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Just got into Addon Development and as a SE student, I definetly feel more comfortable working with a IDE. So thanks for providing this.

Originally Posted by Tyx View Post
Thank you for you hard work - is it possible to implement your script in Eclipse too?

I prefer to work with Eclipse because IntelliJ is to slow on my system, and Eclipse offers the usual great debug and work interface (at least in my eyes maybe just used to it)
It would be great to be able to work with Eclipse since I'm used to it. I will be following this thread.

Once again, thanks. I should keep digging around...
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01/03/15, 10:42 AM   #26
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Nice job Tinuviel. This is awesome. Any chance you would mind putting the sdk on github so we can all keep it up to date as new API are released?

I also am a VS2013/resharper developer so this makes it nice. Any chance you have found a good unit testing framework as well? I'd like to write TDD so that i'm not spending so much time writing calls to d()

Thanks,
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01/09/15, 05:42 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by katkat42 View Post
Personally, I'm waiting for someone to write an EMACS major mode...
There is a Lua mode already. Okay, not in the base distribution I believe, but really, did you think anything called a programming language lacked a emacs mode?

Now I will confess to having used notepad++, ZeroBrane Studio, and vim/gvim for my Lua/ESOUI work...

But let's not mix recreation with religions.
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01/11/15, 11:38 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by mctaylor View Post
There is a Lua mode already. Okay, not in the base distribution I believe, but really, did you think anything called a programming language lacked a emacs mode?

Now I will confess to having used notepad++, ZeroBrane Studio, and vim/gvim for my Lua/ESOUI work...

But let's not mix recreation with religions.
By the Eight, I hadn't seen that! But in the end, I suppose you're right...
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01/27/15, 05:28 PM   #29
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Does anyone have up to date files to add the ESO API into intellisense or a method to create them?
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02/07/15, 01:42 PM   #30
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Thanks for doing this, I set it up today and it is working great with IntelliJ 14 Ultimate. Do the API files need to be updated for 1.6 on the PTS?
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03/11/15, 02:48 PM   #31
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I'm working on updating these to 1.6 and will post to github too.
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03/21/15, 01:57 PM   #32
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https://github.com/mrheault/eso-api-lua-intellij

I may have missed something so obviously feel free to make pull requests

Last edited by mikeecrash : 03/21/15 at 02:13 PM.
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03/30/15, 10:19 AM   #33
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For those of you that are Visual Studio users at work, have you tried VS with BabeLua?

I used it for my one ESO AddOn since I needed to use an IDE on Windows and I normally work on my Ubuntu laptop with Eclipse and Netbeans (for PHP dev). Obviously those work on Windows but I wanted to take the opportunity to try out the VS 2013 Community Edition. Still, I don't know VS well enough to evaluate how well wit works with Lua. Actually I don';t know Lua that well either, but that's less germane to the point.
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04/07/16, 01:47 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by mikeecrash View Post
https://github.com/mrheault/eso-api-lua-intellij

I may have missed something so obviously feel free to make pull requests
Any chance you update it to 100014?
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11/16/16, 12:10 PM   #35
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Originally Posted by uladz View Post
Any chance you update it to 100014?
Hi there,

just edited the stuff for "IntelliJ + luaJ" editor, for the current API 100017.
You can download it here:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/..._API100017.zip

The ESO build in API functions + parameters, constant values, events etc. should be shown in your sources if you include the contents of this ZIP achive like described in the first post + screenshots.
Start to type a variable/function name and press CTRL+SPACE in the editor of lua files to show the auto-completion popup.
If you press CTRL and click the variable/function you'll jump into the relating esoapi file to see som more comments and parameters.

The included XML file is for a manual lookup only as building a schema file for an automatic validation is not worth the effort, sorry.

None of the files claim to be complete or perfect and I won't do this again for the next updates as it takes way too much time :-) Maybe if a script will be build that assist here.
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