Komodo's quick bookmarks are a logical extension of the existing bookmarks. They were implemented, once again, with our users' speed and concentration in mind. They allow you to very quickly navigate to and from points of interest in your code.
Komodo, as it should, provides robust tools to work with your projects files.
The first is Komodo's Places pane. Places allows you to easily perform file specific function (eg. contextual SCC commands, publishing commands, copy/paste/cut/delete, etc.), as well as manage the scope of the files shown (eg. filtering out files, changing root directory, etc.), and obviously opening files.
As you may well be aware, I am an excellent programmer. What you may not be aware of is that I SOMETIMES make mistakes. When one of these most uncommon events occur, I’ll often find myself 'Undoing' many steps to see what I had changed and what a particular piece of code looked like before I completely broke it. This opens you to the threat of a major UNDO-WTF; losing your work because you didn’t save and you hit “y” instead of Ctrl + Y ("z" instead of Cmd + shift + z on OSX).
Something we’ve been aware of at ActiveState for a long time, but the industry at large doesn’t seem to know, is that Perl is the secret workhorse across several industries. A mission-critical language with decades of development behind it, Perl turns an amazing 30 years old next year. All manner of IT professionals from application developers to DevOps personnel to data scientists and system administrators have it as part of their indispensable toolkit for success.
OpenSSL 1.0.2g was released today, containing fixes for a variety of security vulnerabilities. While we don't believe these vulnerabilities will impact most people, ActivePerl makes it easy to upgrade any installed SSL modules to the latest version. There are nine modules listed below that we build with OpenSSL. As of today, we have rebuilt all of these modules using version 1.0.2g.
Not only does this mean that you get code intelligence for native language functions, classes, globals (whatever applies to the language), but Komodo also scans YOUR code to augment its database with your custom code. This is happening while you type in a background thread so you don't notice anything happening until you need to use your new code.
Komodo's Commando tool is a workhorse in Komodo. Through the Commando window you can access all of Komodo's internal commands, all toolbox items, open any file on your computer, find code symbols related to your file and project, etc. I've barely scratched the surface--it's a very powerful feature.