Announcing XsEdit 1.0, an advanced XojoScript editor

Kem Tekinay and Jeremy Cowgar are pleased to announce XsEdit 1.0, an advanced XojoScript editor for Xojo.

The Xojo IDE has a built-in script editor, but it’s missing some handy features like auto-complete or even line numbers. XsEdit fills that gap with a full-featured editor that still runs the scripts through the IDE.

Some of the benefits of XsEdit over the native XojoScript editor:

• Line numbers.
• Compiler error messages and highlighting.
• Auto-complete.
• Find and replace dialog.
• Comment and Uncomment sections of code.
• Include external files to emulate context.

The project is completely open-source and free to use. You can access, and even contribute to, it at: