wxLua on MS Windows (2000, XP, Vista, 7)

wxLua makes it simple to write applications that look natural in Windows using the wxMSW port of wxWidgets toolkit:

The wxLuaCan sample (in wxMSW)    The scribble sample and wxLuaEdit showing scribble sources (in wxMSW)    Some miscellaneous samples (in wxMSW)    

wxLua on Linux with GTK+2

The wxWidgets port on Linux platforms is called wxGTK as it uses the GTK+ 2 libraries for drawing. Applications have the same look & feel as native GTK applications:

The wxLuaCan sample (in wxGTK2)    The scribble sample and wxLuaEdit showing scribble sources (in wxGTK2)    Some miscellaneous samples (in wxGTK2)    wxLuaSudoku (in wxGTK2)    wxLua StackDialog showing Lua variables (in wxGTK2)    

wxLua on Mac OS X

The wxWidgets port under Macintosh platforms is called wxMac and makes wxLua applications look exactly like native Mac applications:

The wxLuaCan sample (in wxMac)    The scribble sample and wxLuaEdit showing scribble sources (in wxMac)    Some miscellaneous samples (in wxMac)    wxLuaSudoku (in wxMac)    wxLua (on a Mac but using wxGTK port)    wxLuaSudoku (in wxMac)    

wxLua on other platforms ?

wxWidgets is available for other platforms and may also work with wxLua, but we need testers. If you use OS2, MGL, or PalmOS, and would like to get wxLua working there, please contact us.