I have a Labjack U3-LV that I hope to make more use of, this could be an excuse to experiment with Lua
A few years back, long before I knew or considered the T3, I was experimenting with Lua and first considered writing a Lua library for a host, to allow for scripting. At that time I was scripting with Python and I like the cross-platform capability that Labjack-Python has, so I looked into the possibility of having a such a cross-platform library for Lua and such a project seems to be very do-able.
Just the other day I was pleased to learn that Labjack has at least one acquisition module that is scriptable with Lua, by means of the embedded Lua interpreter eLua. I've been aware of eLua for some years now and I'm intrigued by it.
Okay, I have to ask, apart from the T3 which uses eLua, has there been any interest or development with Lua on a host system that is hosting a Labjack module. Say for example, the U3-LV? Regular Lua works well with C code. If you have any ideas or any experience with Lua as a host language under Linux, Windows, or Mac, I'd like to know.