Inno Script Studio is a new intuitive graphical interface for generating and compiling scripts for the award winning Inno Setup compiler from Jordan Russell. Inno Script Studio provides help to simplify the creation of Microsoft Windows installations by allowing the generation of Inno Setup scripts by use of the intuitive interface to reduce the need to manually edit the Inno Setup scripts.
If you’ve created a freeware application, or even if it’s a large and complex application, Inno Script Studio will help you create the perfect Windows installation that fits both you and your customers’ requirements.
- Multi-tabbed interface design.
- Full support for both the Unicode & non-Unicode versions of Inno Setup.
- Supports a fully translatable interface, so once translated it can be used in your native language.
- Supports not having Inno Setup installed, so you can have Inno setup located anywhere (Inno Script Studio just needs to be point to the correct location).
- Complete Debugging of your Inno Setup scripts with in the same interface, so you no longer need to swap back to the default IDE to debug a problem script.
- Supports plugins, so if Inno Script Studio does not have a feature it can be added without having to wait for an update to Inno Script Studio.
- Fully customizable syntax highlighter for Inno Setup scripts.
- Code folding within the editor.
- Plus much more.
What's new in this version:
- When double clicking on an empty space in the tab area a new blank script tab is opened.
- Modified how the Close Script and Close All Scripts menu items work. Now when choosing one of these menu items Inno Script Studio will move to the Inno Script view before proceeding to close either the selected script or all of the open scripts.
- The General Editor Options (Tools > Options > Editor) are now applied to the Pascal Code Editor.
- Fixed an exception caused when Inno Script Studio has been unable to load the Default Inno Messages file and a Message ID on the Messages property dialog is selected.
- Fixed an issue with the Pascal Editor, it will no longer ignore a Tab Keystroke.