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Bluefish 2.2.7 released

In Bluefish, open source on February 6, 2015 by oli4444

Bluefish 2.2.7 is mostly a bug fix release. It fixes rare crashes in the autocompletion, the filebrowser, the htmlbar plugin preferences, in file-load-cancel, and fixes a rare case of broken syntax highlighting after multiple search/replace actions. It furthermore displays better error/warning output when parsing language files. It also finally fixes javascript regex syntax highlighting. The loading of files with corrupt encoding or non-printable characters (such as binary files) has been improved, and project loading over sftp has been improved. Various HTML5 tags have been added, and HTML5 is the default now for php, cfml and other languages that can include html syntax. Saving and loading of UTF-16 encoded files was broken and has been fixed. Various languages have better syntax support, such as javascript, css, html, pascal/deplhi, and html has improved autocompletion. On OSX the charmap plugin is finally included, the keys for tab switching no longer confict with some keyboard layouts, and behavior at shutdown was improved. The upload/download feature has a new option to ignore backup files. The home/end keys now work better on wrapped tekst. And finally the search and replace dialog correctly shows the number of results when searching in files on disk.

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4 Responses to “Bluefish 2.2.7 released”

  1. So.. when is the gtk3 version? 🙂

  2. Fabulous! Didn’t see it on the blog, that’s why I asked 🙂 Awesome, awesome!

  3. I saw this post on planet Gnome… but you never say what “Bluefish” is!

    The second sentence of any blog post about TechnologyCodeName should *always* explain what TechnologyCodeName is. You are the marketing department for TechnologyCodeName, you don’t know who will come across your blog post, and you never get a second chance to make a first impression. It’s good to develop a snappy one-sentence description, no human will mind the repetition and it teaches search engines what TechnologyCodeName is.

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