Download ZeroBrane Studio v0.90 (Nov 08 2014)

If you paid for ZeroBrane Studio, thank you for your contribution. If you have not, please consider supporting the project.
 

What are the most significant changes in this version?

  • Added function outline (Outline tab next to the Project tab).
  • Added Lua 5.3 (beta) binaries and debugging support.
  • Added scope-aware auto-complete for local and global variables.
  • Added hiding/showing files by type in the project/filetree (use context menu).
  • Added Esperanto (eo) translation.
  • Improved compatibility with Lua 5.2 interpreter.
  • Improved compatibility with system/custom Lua interpreter.

Full details are in the changelog.

Upgrade warning for Mac OSX users.

If you are using Mac OSX version, please make sure to save your ZeroBrane Studio system settings (Edit | Preferences | Settings: System) before upgrading as those are saved inside the application folder and will be lost during the upgrade. As an alternative, you can move those system settings to user settings (Edit | Preferences | Settings: User) as those are not affected by the upgrade process.

What if I have questions or want to receive product updates?

Several ways to stay in touch are listed here.

what a breath of fresh air. (doctorbling)

Love the debugger, saving my life. (Troy Sandal)

Thanks again for your awesome IDE. I’ve moved over to it, forsaking my previous investment in Decoda! (Stephen Nichols)

ZBS is beautiful experience. I am using it usually 10 hrs every day w/o problems. (Srdjan Markovic)

...heartily recommend it. (stun)

I love ZBS. I use it for all of the work I’ve started doing in Lua and even tossed it on my PortableApps installation...! This IDE is fantastic! (Eddie Dover)

ZeroBrane Studio has got a working debugger, full IDE feature set, small footprint, and is completely customizable in lua. You have no idea how excited I was to find this little gem! (Jonathan Shieh)

It's a joy to use;... totally rock solid. (Jeff Smith)

Complaining about Zerobrane is like complaining that a beautiful spring day is a couple degrees too warm. (Jim Burnes)