Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.9 or higher
Courtesy of Special K.
What's New in Version 3.2.1:
Note: Version 3.x adds OS X 10.10 Yosemite support and costs $15 (if you already bought it then please ignore this message). There is no charge to use 3.x on OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
Support for ES6 code completion and symbol list
Updated Rust and Swift bundles
Actions now default to Python 3 if installed. Use virtualenvs to specify otherwise
Text -> Insert -> Counter (Cmd-Alt-3). Inserts 1, 2, 3, ... in multi-cursor mode
Cmd-Ctrl-T "Reveal in Terminal". Opens the current file's parent directory in Terminal.app. Clone workspace is now Cmd-Option-T
Updated some of the default templates (e.g., HTML template now has meta viewport)
Recompiled tm2truffle with ARC
Added new CSS properties and bleeding edge vendor prefixes
More memory usage improvements in syntax highlighting
Added HTML main element to code completion
3.2.1 ninja update. Fixed a poor interaction between key bindings and the File->Close Window menu item, whereby it would lose its key binding and have to be set manually
Oops, remove a few nonsense CSS properties that got worked their way into the CSS completions
Show code completion even if the full property name has been typed out
Reduced memory usage from syntax highlighting by ~30% by lazily storing capture information
Cmd-Alt-dot (close tag) now works in multi-cursor mode
choc CLI should work now if given multiple file paths
Chocolat is a new text editor that combines native Cocoa with powerful text editing tools.
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