Last Updated: June 26, 2019

Komodo 9.3.1 Released

Roughly 3 weeks after our release of 9.3.0 we have 9.3.1 ready for you. This release is focussed entirely on stability and resolves bugs introduced in 9.3 as well as some longer standing issues. Most notably this fixes NodeJS debugging for Node versions beyond 0.10.

Release Notes

  • Commando: Fix miss-alignment when opened from the toolbar – fixes #789.
  • Commando: Fix non-recursive searches not working – fixes #834.
  • Console: Fixed object keys not dumping in some cases – fixes #790.
  • Debug: Fix run without debugging throwing error – fixes #835.
  • Find: Restore focus after the find frame closes – fixes #805.
  • Linting: Only notify about the first linting error (don’t bombard users with notifications) – fixes #818.
  • OpenFiles: Fix tab sorting won’t toggle – fixes #841.
  • Runinline: Consider global environment preferences – fixes #810.
  • Troubleshooting: Fix safe-mode on OSX – fixes #776.
  • UI: Fix missing checkmark icons in menu’s on OSX – fixes #801.
  • debugger: All versions of NodeJS should be supported now – fixes #747.
  • elastic tabstops: Respect tab width preference – fixes #820.
  • install: More robust GDK version checker for Linux – fixes #799.
  • CodeIntel: Autocompletion doesn’t show in some cases – fixes #871.
  • CodeIntel: CSS codeintel should read all CSS files in the project – fixes #783.
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.