Komodo IDE 5.1 is a free upgrade for Komodo IDE 5.x license holders. Your license entitles you to run Komodo IDE on any of the platforms we support (Windows, Mac OS X and Linux). Komodo Edit 5.1 is, as ever, open-source and free.
Fast Open dialog
On to the features. A goodie in the Komodo 5.1.0 release that wasn’t in the previous releases is the new fast-open (a.k.a. “Go to File”) dialog.
Fast open in Komodo 5.1 from Trent Mick on Vimeo.
The fast-open dialog is a quicker way to open files for editing. Komodo needed it: the system native File Open dialogs can be a pain (ever try to go up one directory in the Mac OS X File Open dialog?), poking around in a Komodo project tree to find just the file you want is slow. Worse than slow, it is distracting. With the fast-open dialog you typically just need to type a few characters in the base name of the file you want to open and hit
<enter> to open the file.
The fast-open dialog makes it easy to:
- switch to open tabs (especially useful if you have many many files open in Komodo),
- open recent files (tieing in with Komodo 5.1’s new History feature),
- open files in the current directories (i.e. the directories of currently open files), and
- open files in your current project.
The filter textbox supports multiple tokens, so while a search for ‘
mark‘ with match:
Markdown.pl markdown2.py markdown.php markdown.py
a search for ‘
mark py‘ will match:
Re-open recently closed tabs
A feature I love in Firefox is
Cmd+Shift+T on the Mac) to re-open the most recently closed tab. Komodo now has that.
Hyperlinks, Find highlighting, History
On the road to this Komodo 5.1 release we introduced hyperlinks in Komodo 5.1b1:
editor history in Komodo 5.1a1:
and support for a new platform — Linux/x86_64.
Along with dozens of bug fixes, XML/HTML tag highlighting and jump to matching tag, upgrades to our xdebug builds for PHP 5.3 debugging, and regular nightly builds for Komodo IDE and Edit… this is a good release. Try it out:
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