Thanks for this addition, Stefan! I'm sure somebody would be glad to use it in their everyday work.
As for me, I prefer to use Eclecta because:
1. It highlights three languages simultaneously
in one script: FBSL's BASIC, assembly, and C.
2. It highlights the entire set of WinAPI's (more than 2,100 of them) automatically preloaded by FBSL on launching.
3. It loads automatically multiply nested include files referred to in the main script.
4. It can format BASIC, assembly, and C code in realtime line per line or auto-reformat the entire multi-language script in one go revealing a good deal of syntactical errors and typos that would otherwise render the script inoperative.
5. It provides access to FBSL's three main help files.
But of course it's only my own personal preference.