Extension for Visual Studio Code, it attempts to provide IDE-like capabilities for Galaxy Script.
More about it: https://github.com/Talv/vscode-sc2-galaxy
There are some screenies in README so you can just take a peek before considering using it.
If you're not familiar with Visual Studio Code, don't mistake it with Visual Studio. These are totally different, despite the name. The former is totally free and pretty lightweight.
Can be downloaded here:
The extension itself is also published on marketplace, thus can be easly installed:
The initial setup can be done within minutes, really.
In the past I've attempted to build such extension for Sublime Text. But I failed in developing it further.. it was also awfully slow. The processing backend was written in Python, which isn't known to be fast.. though the slowness was mostly because of design mistakes I made in code parser.
The new backend is written in TypeScript, and is at least x10 faster (I think way more, didn't really measure it). So the feedback is pretty robust - real time code diagnostic messages etc.
I'm quite happy with the overall result. There's a lot that can be added though, and I do plan to work on it.
Backend is LSP compilant, thus it could be ported to other editors with relatively low effort. But I don't plan it myself, as I'm totally settled on VS Code these days. I've been using Sublime and Atom in the past, but in the end I found VS Code to be superior.