|Name||BBEdit v13.0 mac-torrent-download.net.zip|
|Created on||2019-10-08 14:12:53|
|Files||BBEdit v13.0 mac-torrent-download.net.zip (27.79 MB)|
BBEdit is the leading professional HTML and text editor for the Mac.
As the “go to” tool for web site designers, web application developers, writers, and software developers, this award-winning product provides an abundance of high-performance features for editing, searching, and manipulation of text, code, and HTML/XML markup.
An intelligent interface provides easy access to BBEdit’s best-of-class features, including: grep pattern matching; search and replace across multiple files; project definition tools; function navigation and syntax coloring for numerous source code languages; code folding; FTP and SFTP open and save; AppleScript and Automator support; Unix scripting support; text and code completion; a complete set of robust HTML tools; and more.
BBEdit offers a 30-day evaluation period (beginning the first time you use it on your computer), during which its full feature set is available.
During the evaluation period, BBEdit is fully functional. After the evaluation period has expired, you can continue to use BBEdit for free, forever, with no nag screens or unsolicited interruptions.
In “free mode”, BBEdit provides a modified set of features, which incorporates a powerful set of core features. Using BBEdit in free mode costs you nothing, while providing an upgrade path to advanced features and capabilities.
To enable BBEdit’s advanced features after the evaluation period is over, you will need to have an active BBEdit subscription. Subscriptions are available on either a monthly or annual basis.
An active subscription gives you access to all of BBEdit’s advanced features, including any new features that we introduce during updates or major upgrades, for as long as the subscription is in good standing.
Please see our comparison chart for a detailed listing of which advanced features are available with a subscription.
Subscription terms and conditions:
- We do not collect any data from your use of BBEdit, whether or not a subscription is in effect.
- Your use of BBEdit is governed by the terms of its end-user license.
- When you purchase a subscription, payment will be charged to your iTunes Account upon confirmation of purchase.
Your subscription will renew automatically, unless you cancel your subscription at least 24 hours prior to the end of the currently active subscription period. Your iTunes Account will be charged for the renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the currently active subscription period, and your account history will reflect the cost of the renewal.
You can manage your subscription and cancel automatic renewal by going to your “Manage my Subscriptions” page after purchase.
Purchasing a subscription will permanently end your evaluation period, and forfeits any unused portion of the evaluation period, if applicable.
For the full text of the BBEdit end user license for Mac App Store customers, please visit this page on our web site: https://www.barebones.com/products/bbedit/appstore/terms.html
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
- macOS 10.14.1 or later, 64-bit processor
What’s New in BBEdit 13.0
- The “Pattern Playground” window provides an interactive interface for experimenting with the behavior of Grep patterns (regular expressions). This makes the process of creating complicated patterns much less trial-and-error, since you can see exactly what will match, and how, before committing to any irreversible actions.
- A complete description of the pattern playground is in the Pattern Playground Notes.
- Added the Grep Cheat Sheet. This appears as a popup menu button in the Find, Multi-File Search, and Pattern Playground windows; as well as in the “Process Lines Containing”, “Process Duplicates”, and “Sort Lines” dialog boxes. The button pops up a menu that provides some common Grep pattern idioms and brief descriptions; choosing one will insert it literally into the pattern and select it (replacing anything that has been selected). In the Find and Multi-File Search windows, choosing an item from the cheat sheet also turns on the “Grep” option.
- BBEdit allows you to make rectangular selections in documents for which “Soft Wrap Text” is turned on. Note that the rectangular selections are made in the actual text, not in the visual representation; and so if the rectangular selection crosses a wrapped line, the wrapped portion of the line will not be highlighted.
- When editing the search string in the Find window, any matches for it will highlight in the “target” document window (usually the one immediately behind the window). (This works for Grep patterns too, as long as the pattern is valid.) This allows basic previewing of the effects of a Find All or Replace All operation.
- There are two new commands on the “Select” submenu of the Edit menu:
- Highlighted Matches: selects matches found using the “Display instances of selected text” feature.
- Live Search Results: selects matches found while searching using the Live Search feature. (Note that this is only available while keyboard focus is in the Live Search search box.)
- “Find & Select All” on the Search menu does what it says: based on the current search string and options, it will select all matches for the string (or pattern, if grep is turned on). This may also be used from within the Find window.
- The “Appearance” preferences have been changed: the old “Match application appearance to selected editor color scheme” setting is gone. All the confusion and weirdness involving color schemes and Dark Mode has been swept away. In its place is a much simpler setting: “Application Appearance”. Each respective setting does what it says on the tin:
- “Use system appearance”: follow the setting in the “General” system preferences. If you are using “Automatic” on macOS Catalina, the application will change accordingly.
- “Light”: uses the Light appearance, even if the General system preference is set to Dark (or the system has been set to dark mode automatically).
- “Dark”: uses the Dark appearance, even if the General system preference is set to Light (or the system has been set to light mode automatically).
- Complete list of changes can be found here