@martinrotter martinrotter released this May 15, 2018

Textosaurus application is now split into main executable (textosaurus) and core library (libtextosaurus). This is needed to allow for robust plugin architecture. That said, it is no longer possible to publish statically built Textosaurus (single executable file). Textosaurus will support plugins (C++/Qt, dll/so/dylib files, loaded at runtime, simple API) in the future. The work on plugin API is already underway.

Microsoft Visual C++ redistributable must be installed. It is bundled in Textosaurus installer and is copied into Textosaurus folder. You have to install it from there if needed.


  • Macros sidebar which allows to record, play and save macros.
  • Experimental Mac OS X build. There was some effor to make good DMG bundles but I failed. Therefore "app dir" is generated instead and Textosaurus core library is placed in the same folder as main Textosaurus executable.


  • Application is now split into two modules (executable + core library).
  • When closing app with some modified documents, then application asks for all "Save/Discard" confirmations first and exits only when everything is confimed by the user.