How does the Glulx interpreter preference work in Lectrote?
If you change it, is it only a newly booted game that will be running in the newly selected interpreter? What about if you load a saved game after changing interpreters? Or do I not get it at all?
The reason I ask is because I was playing Sand Dancer in Lectrote, having chosen Git as the interpreter before booting the game (I thought Git would scream, processing-wise, compared to Quixe, the only Lectrote choice in the past) and it seems any moments which invoke Aaron Read’s player-conveniencing extension cause lag lasting seconds. (You can test it by typing ‘brush’ as a command on its own.) Compared to Gargoyle where there is zero lag.