* Lua lexer for Gmod.
* Support all Gmod Lua files (*.gmo).
* Support all Lua keywords, functions, types, meta and other items.
* Bump the version on first load.
Gmod Lua Lexer Comments:
* 2017-04-28 E-mail: email@example.com
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Can someone translate the following sentence into English
In my native language it says “我会发现你在我眼中只是一个十字轮图，只是一点点而已，只是一个小块子，一定只是你”
I understand that you are just a token in my eyes, just a dot, just a little piece, I am just you.
I could not think of a better English translation.
WixEdit was initially developed as the portable edition of WixEdit XP that was brought out by Eddy “EddyTP” Van De Goor in 2006. The program is also available to download from PBI. The latest version available as of today is 1.3.5, so download this release from the PBI download page.
WixEdit is very much like an advanced GUI XML Editor, which is specifically designed to be used with the Windows Installer XML Compiler (Winismac) to modify the XML source code of MSI, MSP, and MSM setup files.
With WixEdit, you can easily navigate through the whole installation package and perform your modifications. You can add, delete, modify, and examine properties, dialogs, actions and even resources. Moreover, you can execute WIX blocks, create new actions, modify or generate WIX profiles, or run various commands.
Here’s what you get:
– You can modify the default GUI XML Editor, the template directory, the XML indentation, use relative or absolute paths, display the full path in the title bar, use multiple instances, and wrap words in the results panel.
– You can open MSI, MSM, and WXS files.
– You can modify the default external XML editor, add a new XML file to the template directory, import external XML files into properties, dialogs, resources, actions, and tables.
– You can execute WIX blocks, create new actions, modify or generate WIX profiles, or run various commands.
– You can inspect and modify the contents of the property dialog, dialogs, resources, and actions.
– You can examine and modify the contents of the installed and uninstalled components of the setup package.
– You can examine and modify the properties of an installed or uninstalled component.
– You can change the title bar of the results panel.
– You can choose to ignore specific files and directories, or include changes when saving.
– You can examine changes that have been made to the included files of the setup package.
– You can add files, folders, and features to install, build, and uninstall an MSI setup package.
– You can save the project to file and resume it at a later time.
– You can undo and redo actions.
– You can search the project for selected text.
– You can copy and paste data from a result or a dialog to other locations in the project.