It looks like the editors out there are built for Windows, but there is a compatibility layer called "Wine" that you can install on Unix-like systems, including Mac OS X. I found a tutorial that makes this as easy as possible, or alternatively this tutorial - it does note that Wine is yet to work on version 10.15 - they do catch up so don't worry if you're on a newer Mac.
They may not run out of the box so it's important to pay attention to the debug vomit spewed in the terminal. Usually it'll say something about a missing DLL file ("dynamic linked library") and in that case, the missing DLLs are easy enough to find and download. You'll just want to extract them either to the folder of the program you are trying to launch or Wine's system32 folder. When you have all the program dependencies, your program may either work flawlessly, have a few things that don't show right, be unstable, or no work at all - things tend to improve with each version so follow the updates. You can also try changing the version Wine simulates to see if you get better results. Also, installing the .NET framework or Mono is essential for any utilities developed in C# and does not come packaged with Wine.
There is a shell script you can read about here that should help you install the programs by typing a few words. There is also the option of downloading the Windows installation executable of .NET Framework (whatever version) and running the installer in Wine.
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