Friday, January 29, 2016 [Tweets] [Favorites]

BBEdit 11.5

Lots of good stuff in this BBEdit update:

There is a new setting in the Text Colors preferences: “Differences”. This color setting determines how differences are highlighted in editing views when you select them in a Differences window. (The color for differences within a line is derived from this, by darkening or lightening as needed.) If a custom color scheme does not include a Differences color, BBEdit will use a dark gray or light gray (depending on the scheme's background color) instead.

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Things that are highlighted in the text at various times (matches for selected text, Live Search results, spelling errors, and diffs) are now marked in the view’s vertical scroll bar. The tick marks indicating matches for selected text may be turned off in the Editing preferences, if desired.

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The “Apply to Left” and “Apply to Right” commands (and buttons) no longer pay attention to the selected range(s) of text in the respective documents. Instead, they will apply the difference based on what is reported in the differences list (and highlighted using the Differences color).

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Open File by Name will now search Xcode for system framework headers, rather than relying on previous installation of the Xcode command-line tools package (which places framework headers in /System/Library/Frameworks/).

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Updated the Objective-C/Objective-C++ keyword lists to add __kindof, nullable, _Nullable, _Nonnull, _Null_unspecified, and a few others.

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