See the linter in action
build-innosetup from Atom's Package Manager or the command-line equivalent:
$ apm install build-innosetup
Change to your Atom packages directory:
# Windows$ cd %USERPROFILE%\.atom\packages# Linux & macOS$ cd ~/.atom/packages/
Clone repository as
$ git clone https://github.com/idleberg/atom-build-innosetup build-innosetup
Inside the cloned directory, install Node dependencies:
$ yarn || npm install
You should now be setup to build the package:
$ yarn build || npm run build
Before you can build, make sure
ISCC.exe is already in your PATH environmental variable. Next up, select an active target with your preferred build option.
Inno Setup— compile script (Super+Alt+B)
Here's a reminder of the default shortcuts you can use with this package:
Select active target
Super+Alt+T or F7
Super+Alt+B or F9
Jump to error
Super+Alt+G or F4
Toggle build panel
Super+Alt+V or F8
This work is licensed under the The MIT License.
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