|Created on||2019-08-13 00:57:00|
|Files||BBEdit_12.6.6.zip (17.35 MB)|
BBEdit is the leading professional HTML and text editor for the Macintosh. Specifically crafted in response to the needs of Web authors and software developers, this award-winning product provides an abundance of high-performance features for editing, searching, and manipulation of text.
With BBEdit, you can…
- Exercise Total Control Over Text
- Work YOUR Way
- Command Files, Folders, Disks, and Servers
- Enjoy Textual Omnipotence
- Live Up To Standards
- Integrate Smoothly Into Existing Workflows
What’s new in BBEdit 12?
- Improved darktheme support When using a dark color scheme, BBEdit now colors editing and project window chrome to match, for a more integrated overall appearance. (For customers used to the old behavior, this can be set in the “Appearance” preferences.) For customers who have never before used BBEdit or TextWrangler, the “BBEdit Dark” color scheme is now the factory default; this can be changed if desired in the “Text Colors” preferences.
- Improved platform behavior Thanks to extensive internal overhaul, BBEdit now supports intrinsic OS behaviors such as Split View (and many others).
- Improved UI for FTP/SFTP Browsers, Text Factory, and Preview windows many nonediting windows have been overhauled for improved appearance and behavior, and to add features.
- New “Canonize” tool Provides a textbased model for batch search and replace, either within a single file or (by using a Text Factory) in multiple files.
- New “Columns” Editing Commands Easily cut, copy, delete, or rearrange columns in delimited (CSV, TSV) text files without requiring a spreadsheet or complicated regular expressions.
- FTP/SFTP browsers now feature an outline view for improved navigation
- Text Factory windows now provide the ability to turn individual steps on and off
- Preview in BBEdit windows now provide runtime introspection of previewed pages using the WebKit Inspector
- Text Extraction This powerful addition to BBEdit’s legendary searching capabilities allows you to locate and collect search results into a single text document. Extraction can be run on the active text document, or across multiple files and folders. Use of Grep replacement patterns during extraction enables transformations to the extracted text.
- Extensive Internal Modernization Many internal subsystems have been rewritten or updated to support new features, improve performance, add refinement, and make future enhancements possible
Compatibility: macOS 10.6 or later
Web Site: http://www.barebones.com/products/
What’s New in BBEdit 12.6.6
- Added basic support for C raw strings
- When searching for text, or using the spelling checker to navigate, BBEdit will ordinarily play the system alert sound when no appropriate match is found. If it detects that the sound is muted, BBEdit will instead show an overlay alert. To skip the sound check and always have BBEdit show the overlay alert instead of beeping:
defaults write com.barebones.bbedit AlwaysShowAnnunciatorForNotFound bool YES
This takes effect immediately without needing to restart the application
- When doubleclicking on a folder item in a palette corresponding to a folderbacked menu (Scripts, Text Filters, etc), BBEdit will reveal the folder in the Finder instead of crashing (the latter being not terribly useful)
- Fixed bug in which BBEdit did not set up Git and Subversion command execution with the current login environment, which in turn would cause commands to fail in specialized configurations which relied on specific customizations made outside of BBEdit
- Made a change so that the selection of wrapping points in CJK languages results in better outcomes when using “Soft Wrap Text” or applying the “Hard Wrap” command
- Fixed a crash which could occur at application startup, given a certain rare and obscure sequence of events
- Fixed a cosmetic glitch which would occur when vertically resizing sections of the sidebar in project windows, in such a way as to change the visibility of the vertical scroll bar andwhen Dark Mode was in effect
- If the “Recent items” setting in the General system preferences is set to “None”, BBEdit will no longer attempt to add recent items to the list of recent items used by the system (including the Dock and the “Recent Items” submenu on the Apple menu)
- Fixed a bug in which a file created using the “New Text File” context menu command in a project sidebar would not get selected in some situations
- Restored some old code to active service when running on macOS 10.14, to partially address a reported fontsmoothing issue when printing. (Printouts still look strange, but this appears to be due to lowlevel OS behavior.)
- Fixed a crash which would occur during multifile search when encountering Zip archives whose file or directory names contained certain URLunsafe characters. Such archives are now correctly searched, and are also browseable using a disk browser
- Beginning with version 12.5, BBEdit provides the selection range in the active document (or the active document’s contents, if there is no selection) as stdin when running a Unix script or executable from the Scripts menu. If the script isn’t expecting this and never reads from stdin, this can cause a problem if there is more than 64K of data provided. The result will usually be a 100032 error
- If this is a regular occurrence for you, you can turn the feature off using a Terminal command:
defaults write com.barebones.bbedit ProvideSTDINToUnixScripts bool NO
This takes effect immediately without needing to restart the application
- The “Arrange” commands on the Window menu now consider editing windows and “Preview in BBEdit” windows to be of a single type, so that they get arranged together. This is beneficial when using “Tile Two Front Windows Across” or “Tile Two Front Windows Down”
- Added some armor plating at the site of a reported (but not reproducible) crash
- Fixed bug in PHP syntax coloring in which nonASCII identifier characters in variable names would end coloring for the rest of the name
- Adjusted the Cfamily function scanner and coloring parser to allow nonASCII characters in identifiers
- Turned the scrolling throttle (ThrottleVerticalScrollingSpeed expert preference) back on by default
- Worked around a bug in certain printer drivers (looking at YOU, Canon) which would cause BBEdit to crash when attempting to save the current print options after confirming the print panel
- Fixed a bug in which matching of the “Language” file filter term was casesensitive when using the “Is” or “Is Not” operators, and matching using any other operator would fail completely
- Made changes to address a concurrency crash in the ctags data file reloader
- Fixed a bug in which the application’s test for “is the alert sound output muted” would report the wrong answer for certain output devices (such as the Schitt Eitr). This would cause BBEdit to present an overlay alert instead of simply playing the system alert sound (which was the intended behavior)
- Fixed a bug in which items in tarballs were not sorted for display
- If the Mac App Store version of BBEdit notices that you have a license code for the current major version, it will alert you, because Mac App Store builds cannot use license codes. More information is here
- Fixed misbehaviors in the FTP browser window, in which the directory popup menu would be left showing an inappropriate item after choosing a bookmarkrelated command