BBEdit Updated to 8.6.2

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Date: Thursday, April 19th, 2007, 12:49
Category: Software

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On Thursday, Bare Bones Software released version 8.6.2 of BBEdit, its popular text and HTML editor. The update, which is free for registered users (the software retails for US$125 and crossgrade and update discounts are available according to Macworld News. The new version, a 14.3 megabyte download, features the following fixes and improvements:
-Fixed bug in which certain Control-key combinations could end up being inserted into the editing window when used as menu command equivalents.
-Fixed bug in which the Java function scanner didn’t correctly handle backslash escapes in strings.
-Fixed bug in which temporary files created for diffs (cvs, p4, subversion) were prematurely removed when multiple diff operations were running.
-Fixed a class of bug in the CSS margin/padding/border editors in which for given inputs they would incorrectly populate the editor dialog and/or generate incorrect CSS when applying the values. (This was most apparent when the rule set specified properties/values for a single side of the box.)
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bbedit.jpg
On Thursday, Bare Bones Software released version 8.6.2 of BBEdit, its popular text and HTML editor. The update, which is free for registered users (the software retails for US$125 and crossgrade and update discounts are available according to Macworld News. The new version, a 14.3 megabyte download, features the following fixes and improvements:
-Fixed bug in which certain Control-key combinations could end up being inserted into the editing window when used as menu command equivalents.
-Fixed bug in which the Java function scanner didn’t correctly handle backslash escapes in strings.
-Fixed bug in which temporary files created for diffs (cvs, p4, subversion) were prematurely removed when multiple diff operations were running.
-Fixed a class of bug in the CSS margin/padding/border editors in which for given inputs they would incorrectly populate the editor dialog and/or generate incorrect CSS when applying the values. (This was most apparent when the rule set specified properties/values for a single side of the box.)
-Fixed svn status parsing for non-English locales.
-Paths containing “;” are now properly escaped when dropping into a shell worksheet, or restoring the saved working directory.
-In blockquotes spanning multiple lines in Markdown, the last quote marker(s) is not colored as a keyword if the blockquote falls near the end of the file.
-Fixed a bug where “Check Spelling as You Type” didn’t correctly handle contractions which used a smart apostrophe.
-Added border-top-style, border-right-style, border-bottom-style and border-left-style to the list of property names for which CSS Edit Tag can bring up an appropriate editor.
-Fixed a typo in the JavaScript keyword list: isNaN not isNan
-When skipping over comment tokens (generally when seeking the name of something for the function popup), skip #mark tokens as well.
-Fixed a crash in the TeX scanner.
-Fixed some TeX rescan issues.
-When generating names for entries in the function popup in Markdown files, make sure the names are at least one character long.
-Added support for the TeX “sectioning” commands paragraph and subparagraph. -They work just like all of the other section-like commands, but they are the lowest in the hierarchy.
-Fixed a regression where the factory default language mappings for HTML/XML were incomplete. Among other things, this could prevent the batch ‘Check Links’, ‘Check Syntax’ and ‘Update’ commands from working.
-Fix for “Compare Two Front Documents” not ordering the new/old docs correctly.
-Fix for Codeless Language Modules where if a comment pattern was specified but a string pattern was not, comments were colored as strings.
-When using the “Make Backup Now…” command, the sheet that drops down now points to the preferred backup directory.
-Fixed bug in which canceling an “Open Counterpart” operation was impossible.
-Fixed bug in which the password wasn’t correctly looked up when opening FTP/SFTP files from the Open Recent menu.
-”Save Default Window” now saves splitter position in browser windows, and no longer works at cross purposes with auto-saved positions.
-Fix for a problem with rescanning Math string runs in TeX.
-Fix for stuck squiggle ranges after a ‘Learn’ or ‘Ignore’ action while spell-checking words.
-Added additional PHP predefined symbols. Thanks as always to Carsten Blüm.
-Java language support now includes generics and anonymous classes.
-Fixed bug in Markdown syntax coloring when a list item contained a link reference and the list item content was edited after (to the right of) the link reference.
-Added keywords ‘bit’ and ‘view’ to SQL (MySQL) for compatibility with 5.0x.
-The “Color Math Strings” preference option (for TeX) is now on by default.
-Fixed math error when computing width of the line-number column during printing.
-Fixed a bug with syntax coloring of line comments in SQL (MySQL) files.
BBEdit 8.6.2 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later to run and is coded as a Universal Binary capable of running at native speeds on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.

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