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How can I compile plugin and make a binary deliverable of the plugin. Rather than readable lua files.

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The SDK includes a folder "Lua Compiler" which contains the "luac" compiler for Windows and Mac. Invoking "luac" with no arguments gives the command-line syntax.

 

You can download the SDK from here:

https://console.adobe.io/downloads/lr 

 

But adobe.io has been broken for at least a couple of days, so if the download doesn't work, you can download a copy I saved away:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xd8vldflthsfs8m/lr-sdk.2020.06.23.zip?dl=0

 

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How can I compile plugin and make a binary deliverable of the plugin. Rather than readable lua files.

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The SDK includes a folder "Lua Compiler" which contains the "luac" compiler for Windows and Mac. Invoking "luac" with no arguments gives the command-line syntax.

 

You can download the SDK from here:

https://console.adobe.io/downloads/lr 

 

But adobe.io has been broken for at least a couple of days, so if the download doesn't work, you can download a copy I saved away:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xd8vldflthsfs8m/lr-sdk.2020.06.23.zip?dl=0

 

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The SDK includes a folder "Lua Compiler" which contains the "luac" compiler for Windows and Mac. Invoking "luac" with no arguments gives the command-line syntax.

 

You can download the SDK from here:

https://console.adobe.io/downloads/lr 

 

But adobe.io has been broken for at least a couple of days, so if the download doesn't work, you can download a copy I saved away:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xd8vldflthsfs8m/lr-sdk.2020.06.23.zip?dl=0

 

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