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CodeKit 2.5.1

2015-10-31   Developer Tools Editor

Name CodeKit 2.5.1
Size 52.67 MB
Created on 2015-10-24 23:55:18
Hash 3790f043b08b91c8d02aad3c0fd8c0b7105b74ed
Files CodeKit 2.5.1 (19076)/CodeKit 2.x [SP].zip (1.22 MB)
CodeKit 2.5.1 (19076)/ (51.46 MB)

Descriptions for Description

Name: CodeKit
Version: 2.5.1 (19076)
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 2.5.1 (19076) - October 16, 2015

On El Capitan, dragging a folder onto the window would not work in some instances. It now does.
In BBEdit, certain file icons caused choppy scrolling. That is no longer the case.
When setting an output path for a file, the path sometimes erroneously re-started at /Users/ if your filesystem had corruption. This will no longer happen. Apple fixed the corruption issue in 10.11, so this affects only those on 10.10 and below.
An issue where certain http downloads were rejected on El Capitan.
An issue where Autoprefixer whined about something being deprecated.
In some edge cases, sending Matt Damon into space results in unpredictable behavior. This update addresses the issue by no longer sending Matt Damon into space.


This release brings TypeScript 1.6.2, which is notable for a few reasons:
TypeScript now supports JSX and React with the new *.tsx file extension.
There are two new options: module resolution and JSX handling. If you work with TypeScript, you should check the docs and make sure these are set correctly for your project.
There are some backwards-incompatible changes. Read the TypeScript blog for more information.

Component Updates:

Less --> 2.5.3
Sass --> 3.4.19
Stylus --> 0.52.4
CoffeeScript --> 1.10
TypeScript --> 1.6.2
Uglify --> 2.5
Autoprefixer --> 6.0.3
Bourbon --> 4.2.5
Node --> Not 4.0 because Aaron said it screwed everything up.

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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