How to use Geany as an IDE for EGSL

It's totally easy use Geany as an IDE since it comes with syntax highlighting for Lua. The only thing you will have to change is the path to the interpreter, as shown in the following image (sorry for German version):


After that you can hit "Execute" and your script starts. Have fun …


How to make an executable

It is now possible to make standalone executables from your Lua scripts with the program "makeexe".
Do this via the command line:

makeexe [path]/egsl(.exe) [path]/source.lua [path]/outfile(.exe)