Bluefish 2.2.0 becomes faster, adds Google Go support

Bluefish 2.2.0 becomes faster, adds Google Go support

Olivier Sessink released a new version of Bluefish, his free text editor for web developers. Most work has gone into porting Bluefish from GTK+2 to GTK+3 and optimizing syntax scanner for faster work on large files.

The simple search dialog has been moved to the upper toolbar, while the advanced Search & Replace functionality is still a floating dialog.

Поиск в Bluefish 2.2.0

There are just two more significant changes in this version. The comment/uncomment toggle has become context aware. It now understands e.g. whether it should use <!-- --> or // depending on whether the cursor is inside HTML or JavaScript. Also, Google Go, D, Vala and Ada are supported now. The rest of the changes are the usual clean-up and minor improvements, as well as bugfixes.

You can download source code, a Windows installer or a .dmg for Mac. The next version is going to feature zen-coding plug-in.

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