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New features for OpenKomodo
by Todd Whiteman

Todd Whiteman, February 11, 2008

With the upcoming Komodo 4.3 release (we've just released Alpha builds), check out the new Find/Replace functionality now included in OpenKomodo:

Find and Replace changes

The Komodo Find/Replace dialog has been completely redesigned, unifying the old Find/Replace and "Find in Files" dialog, to make it easier to use. As part of this re-write some new features have been added, like the ability to search in a given project!

  • Find in Project: "Right-click > Find..." on any items in a project to search in them.
  • Multi-line Find and Replace
  • Many fixes for regular expression searches using the '$' anchor.
  • A new Find sub-system that properly handles Unicode-encoded files and skipping binary files. Before 4.3 final, this sub-system will provide the long awaited Replace in Files.

If you want to try it out, download the pre-release builds and give it a whirl!

Cheers,
Todd
With the upcoming Komodo 4.3 release (we've just released Alpha builds), check out the new Find/Replace functionality now included in OpenKomodo:

Find and Replace changes

The Komodo Find/Replace dialog has been completely redesigned, unifying the old Find/Replace and "Find in Files" dialog, to make it easier to use. As part of this re-write some new features have been added, like the ability to search in a given project!

  • Find in Project: "Right-click > Find..." on any items in a project to search in them.
  • Multi-line Find and Replace
  • Many fixes for regular expression searches using the '$' anchor.
  • A new Find sub-system that properly handles Unicode-encoded files and skipping binary files. Before 4.3 final, this sub-system will provide the long awaited Replace in Files.

If you want to try it out, download the pre-release builds and give it a whirl!

Cheers,
Todd

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Todd Whiteman is the Development Lead for Komodo IDE. He works adeptly with Mozilla, Python and JavaScript to ensure that Komodo IDE is the IDE of choice for development teams. Todd has been working on Komodo IDE for nearly 6 years, adding components such as the Vi Key Bindings, Distributed Source Code Control, 64-bit Linux builds as well as Remote SSH support into Komodo IDE.