|Created on||2015-04-30 12:16:20|
|Files||BBEdit 11.1.dmg (11.61 MB)|
Version: 11.1 (3720)
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: OS X 10.8.5 or later
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Serial holds during the Ctrl+W test, dragging a folder of files, and multi-file searches in projects.
Changing back to the original icon breaks the codesigning, so for your convenience the original icon has been restored and the app re-codesigned.
BBEdit 11.1 Release Notes
BBEdit 11.1 is a feature update, which adds significant new features (in addition to those introduced in BBEdit 11.0) and which also includes fixes for reported issues.
BBEdit now has built-in support for Git. There is a Git menu in the menu bar, which presents available operations (most of which may only be enabled when the active document corresponds to a file that is in a local Git working copy).
The intent is not to function as a full-featured Git GUI, but rather to support common file operations so that you can perform tasks on the file(s) you're working on in BBEdit without having to switch to the command line or a dedicated GUI client.
BBEdit now supports the EditorConfig settings file convention. You can learn more about this at the EditorConfig web site, and complete details on BBEdit's support for EditorConfig are available in this technical note.
The Editing preferences have been rearranged slightly, so that "Include dictionary words in completion list" is now properly grouped with the rest of the completion settings. There is a new setting for completion: "Include system text replacements in completion list". When enabled, system-wide Text Replacement triggers (configured in the "Keyboard" system preferences) beginning with the text you typed will now appear on the completions popup.
There's a new (dynamic) command on the File menu: "Save All in Window". The factory default keyboard equivalent is Command-Option-Shift-S. This is enabled if any (or the only) document in the front window has unsaved changes; choosing it will save all documents in the front window.
Added a couple of alternate forms of bblmAddFunctionToList() to the language module interface to make it easier to write code for the common use case of adding a single function by name.
The bbedit command-line tool supports two new options: --append and --prepend. These will append (or prepend, respectively) the piped data to the active document. See man bbedit for more details.
Added an expert pref, to suppress following of all URLs in live preview windows: defaults write -app BBEdit DontFollowLinksInLivePreviews -bool YES
When this is set, clicking on any link will have no effect, and any URLs returned by remote form loads (such as Twitter's tracking) will not open in a web browser when a live preview is loaded or reloaded.
The CSS/SCSS language module is all new. Folding, keyword coloring, function navigation, and completion have all been improved. Various bugs are fixed.
Added a new command to the first section of the Search menu: "Search in Document’s Folder" (its title when disabled). When a text document is active in the front window, this command is enabled and will activate the Multi-File Search window with the document's enclosing folder selected as the search location. (The name and path to the folder are displayed in the menu.)
The "Arrange" item on the Window menu now presents a submenu with all of the available arrangements. Choosing one will apply it; for any that you use frequently, you can assign a keyboard shorcut in the application's "Menus & Shortcuts" preferences.
A new language module for EditorConfig files is now built in, with syntax coloring and section navigation (via the function navigation menu).
The INI language module has been rewritten, and provides improved navigation as well as folding.
The application will no longer use the TUTX, utxt, or UTF8 HFS file type codes as determinants of the text encoding used inside the document.
The single-purpose "Subversion" action bar item has been removed from disk browser and project windows. The contextual-menu items remain.
The "Go To Line" panel has been rewritten; and you can now enter a line number of the form "xx:yy", in which the "yy" is a character offset into the destination line. If the character offset exceeds the number of characters on the line, the insertion point will be placed at the end of the line.
Changed the "Include" options in the Create Table Shell sheet to read "Add", to make their purpose clearer.
The "Go To Next Conflict/Go To Previous Conflict" commands that were on the Subversion and Perforce menus have been consolidated into a single pair of "Previous Conflict" and "Next Conflict" on the Go menu, and will find conflict markers for Subversion, Perforce, and Git in the active document (all three systems use the same conflict marker format).
The "Use symbol and text substitution" option has been removed from the Editing preferences as well as from the language-specific settings panel, and the previous behavior (automaticaly inserting substitutions) has been consigned to the dustbin of history.
"Rename" in project windows is now retitled as "Rename in Project", and the panel in which you enter the item's new name now makes it clear that renaming it in the project does not affect the item on disk. (It never did.)
Subversion contextual-menu commands are now hidden when the selected item(s) are not part of a Subversion working copy.
Made some changes to generation and management of preview temporary files (when using Markup -> Preview [in a web browser]):
— When possible, the temp file is given a name derived from the document's name, and created in the same directory as the document. This way you can preview multiple files from the same directory without them stepping on each other.
— If the document has not been saved to disk, it will be created in a temporary-items location designated by the OS.
— It is now possible to preview non-HTML files in web browsers with the same results as live previews ("Preview in BBEdit").
— Saving or closing the document will delete the preview temp file.
When generating a table shell (Markup -> Tables -> Create Table Shell), BBEdit will now generate and containers if "Add table header" is turned on.
"Move Lines Up", "Move Lines Down", and "Delete Lines" are now enabled for multi-line selections, even when the selection does not end on a line break. (Whole lines are still moved or deleted.)
Changed the way we launch Dash so that it can decide whether it wants to be in the foreground, or not.
The File -> New -> HTML Document dialog box has been modernized, mostly to work around OS cosmetic bugs.
If a project is open which contains site settings, File -> New -> HTML document will take its initial values from those settings.
Removed vestigial "Change clipping set to match document's language" from the Languages preferences.
The fourth command on the Search menu is now always "Search in Project or Disk Browser" (its title when disabled). It is only available when a project or disk browser is the active window, and when enabled displays either the project's name or the root directory of the disk browser. Selecting this command will activate the Multi-File Search window with the appropriate item selected as the search location.
The previous "Arrange" item on the Window menu has been renamed to "Cascade Windows" to describe what it does. The modified version to "Tile Two Front Windows" remains available, on the Arrange submenu.
Sub-line differences in Differences results windows now get a heavy underline using the color scheme's "Plain Text" color, which should be easier to read under a wider variety of circumstances than before.
Full Release Notes: http://www.barebones.com/support/bbedit/arch_bbedit111.html
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