Just wanted to say thanks very much for releasing a new version of ZBS, I am using it now and really like the new features you have added in V0.38. Apologies for always requesting new features and asking dumb questions, but ..........
What's your thoughts on this one ? In Scite after typing 3 or so characters it pops up a list of matching variable names I have already used in the script, I find that feature extremely useful to avoid putting name typos into the script.
How easy or difficult would it be to implement that as an option in ZBS ?
Going back to my question from last week about debugging my own statically linked PC EXE containing Lua 5.1.5. I noticed that ZBS can debug GSL Shell programs. I would have thought that the standard GSL Shell exe might be similar to my exe in that it has no inherent Lua socket code or Ethernet functions built in ? So how does GSL Shell hook into ZBS to enable you to debug a script ?
> Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2013 15:29:34 -0700
> From: email@example.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> Subject: [ANN] ZeroBrane Studio v0.38; now with real-time variable indicators, plugin API, improved auto-complete, and LuaJava debugging support
> Hi All,
> ZeroBrane Studio is a lightweight Lua IDE with code completion, syntax
> highlighting, live coding, remote debugger, code analyzer, and
> integration with various Lua engines.
> Some of the notable changes in the new version (full changelog is
> here: https://github.com/pkulchenko/ZeroBraneStudio/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md):
> - Added source code debugging (to support LuaJava and other engines);
> details: http://notebook.kulchenko.com/zerobrane/debugging-embedded-code-fragments-zerobrane-studio.
> - Added scope-aware global/local/masked/masking variable highlighting;
> details: http://notebook.kulchenko.com/zerobrane/scope-aware-variable-indicators-zerobrane-studio.
> - Added 'Go To Definition' and 'Rename All Instances'.
> - Added package/plugin API.
> - Improved auto-complete API with inheritance and table index support.
> Installation packages for Windows, OSX, and Linux are available on the
> project website: http://studio.zerobrane.com. Thank you for your
> feedback, contributions, and support of the project!