Last Updated: July 18, 2019

Komodo 9.2.1 Released

Komodo 9.2 has been well received, but there were a ton of changes, and as often happens in software development, there were a few regressions. 9.2.1 aims to resolve these as well as some longer-standing issues. This is a maintenance update focused on improving the stability of Komodo, so no sweeping changes.

If you’re already using Komodo 9 use the Help > Check for Updates menu to start the update; otherwise you can obtain a copy by visiting the downloads section. This is a controlled release, meaning we’re sending out the update to everyone slowly over the next week.

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  • Prefs: Added Vagrantfile file association.
  • Syntax Highlighting: Added Docker syntax highlighting.
  • Toolbox: fix issue preventing tools from saving – fixes #504.
  • Collab: Improve contact request user experience.
  • Scintilla: Fixed crash caused by drag+drop on OSX – fixes #371.
  • Go: Fix issue where interpreter would not be properly detected.
  • Python: Detect pyflakes properly in Python3.
  • Publishing: Fixed auto push not working when path has spaces – fixes #505.
  • Commando: Fix issue where results would not update – fixes #515.
  • Commando: Shell: Don’t default to running in container commands in an external terminal.
  • Commando: Shell: Fix autocompletion triggering on partial matches.
  • OSX: Ensure Scintilla dialog views’ text is visible.
  • Scintilla: Highlight JavaScript and CoffeeScript regex properly – fixes #414.
  • CodeIntel: Fixed reading from rails.cix catalog – fixes #537
  • Keybindings: vi: Ensure the caret is scrolled into view after moving in visual mode – fixes #436.
  • Lint: Fixed linting for Javascript macros – fixes #381.
  • Scintilla: Ruby: Highlight keyword-style arguments correctly – fixes #522.

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Nathan Rijksen

Nathan Rijksen

Nathan Rijksen 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. Nathan has been working with Komodo IDE for a decade before joining the development team in 2012. Since then he has worked tirelessly on new features such as Commando, Breadcrumbs, a completely new UI and much more.