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CodeKit 2.3

2015-05-05   Developer Tools Editor

Name CodeKit 2.3
Size 48.12 MB
Created on 2015-04-27 00:16:14
Hash bf82bb681c291d54cedf9360552e909d769eb33f
Files CodeKit 2.3/CodeKit 2.x [SP].zip (1.22 MB)
CodeKit 2.3/ (46.90 MB)

Descriptions for Description

Name: CodeKit
Version: 2.3
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: K

OS version: OS X 10.8 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor

Block connections to:

Yosemite Compatible Patcher

Courtesy of Special [K]

Version 2.3 (18892) April 24, 2015
NEW: MultiMarkdown

CodeKit has switched from the Discount Markdown compiler to MultiMarkdown!
This brings a ton of features for Markdown, including the ability to import MD files into each other.
If you use Markdown in CodeKit, you'll want to check the file's settings after updating; none of the old options exist any more.
For full details, see this help page.

NEW: JSON Language Support

You can now minify and alphabetize JSON files.
This is opt-in; you have to turn on processing for JSON files in your project. By default, CodeKit won't do anything when you save a JSON file because most of them probably aren't meant to be processed.
For full details, see this help page.

NEW: Apple Watch Support

Because of course Apple Watch Support.
Success messages will continue to be logged to the CodeKit window.
Error messages will now be logged only to your Apple Watch Edition.
The line number of the syntax error is indicated by haptic feedback. Simply count the number of pulses on your wrist.

Other Interesting Improvements:

The HTTP verbs DELETE and PUT are now supported. You'll still need an external server, but CodeKit will now proxy these requests correctly.
There is now an "Open With" command if you right-click a file in the list. Works like every "Open With" menu since the dawn of time.
Literate CoffeeScript is now fully supported. Note: you cannot combine *.litcoffee files with regular Coffee or JS files, but you can combine litcoffee files with each other.
You can now compile *.sass files with Libsass.
If your project has a 'bower.json' file, it should now be updated correctly when you install assets.


Bash Hooks can now get a list of all the files that CodeKit processed and created through the special environment variables CK_INPUT_PATHS and CK_OUTPUT_PATHS.
For full details, see this help page.

Stuff you probably don't care about:

The Inspector Panel is now scrollable. Lots of new options coming soon, so these had to go scrollable to fit everything I'm working on.
The Output Path section of the Inspector Panel has been tweaked for clarity.
Kayne West


Kit files in a subfolder of a CodeKit Framework were not found for import linking. That sucked. Let's not do that anymore.
TypeScript error messages stopped being displayed in the log. You make ONE joke about Bill Gates on Twitter, and suddenly all the Microsoft stuff stops working in your app.
If your DOM is really complex, Browser Sync could fire events on the wrong element. This is no longer the case.
Clicking 'Apply' while editing the AutoPrefixer Browser String in Project Settings will no longer discard your edits.
The 'Pause File-Watching' menu items now update their titles correctly when file-watching is, in fact, paused.

Component Updates:

Libsass --> 3.1 Beta 6 (TONS of fixes, including support for all output styles)
Sass --> 3.4.13
Less --> 2.5.0 (source maps now work with compressed output!)
Stylus --> 0.50.0
Autoprefixer --> 5.1.1
Uglify.js --> 2.4.20 (adds keep_fnames & bare-returns options)
CoffeeScript --> 1.9.2
CoffeeLint --> 1.9.4
JSHint --> 2.7 (adds futurehostile, varstmt & nocomma options)
Bourbon --> 4.2.2 (now the same version for both Ruby Sass and Libsass!)
Bourbon Neat --> 1.7.2
Bower --> 1.4.1
Node --> 0.12.2

Full Release Notes:

More Info:

CodeKit helps you build websites faster and better. Its flagship features are listed below and the one-minute teaser video to the right is a good place to start.

Compile Everything:
Process Less, Sass, Stylus, Jade, Haml, CoffeeScript, Javascript and Compass files automatically each time you save. Easily set options for each language.

Live Browser Reloads:
Instantly see changes in your browser, with animation and without hitting the refresh button or installing plugins. Great for tweaking layouts!

Combine & Minify:
Reduce load times by mashing Javascript & CoffeeScript files together and then minifying with Uglify.js. It's so easy, you'll giggle like a schoolgirl. Seriously.

And more......

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