Attached to this blog post is a PREVIEW VERSION of LUA Buglight 2.0. LUA Buglight is a utility that helps identify “LUA bugs” in desktop applications — the bugs that appear when the application is run as a standard user instead of as an administrator.
Some of the improvements in LUA Buglight 2.0 over its predecessor:
- Much better Vista support
- Streamlined UI and improved flow
- Identifies more bugs
- On XP, not restricted to using a local account to create the admin context
- On Vista, prompts for elevation just one time per session instead of for each test
- User options saved to the registry
There are more improvements and refinements that I want to make, but I think you’ll find it is quite usable now. And I promised some audiences here at Tech*Ed that I would post a preview version here prior to my Friday morning session introducing LUA Buglight 2.0. 🙂
Note that I haven’t written up new documentation yet, and that these binaries have not been signed yet.
Update, June 14: Yes – meant to mention – LUA Buglight is designed only for x86. I’ll add a processor check on startup.
Update, November 6: Removing the attachment, because the Second Preview version is now available here.