We’ve been busy – very busy. Roughly 2 months after Komodo 9.0 and a month after 9.0.1, we’re introducing Komodo 9.1. To say we’re committed is an understatement.
So, What’s New?
With 9.1 we’re introducing 3 awesome new IDE-only features that are sure to please
the vast majority of our users. Don’t believe me? Keep reading…
Package Manager Integration
I’d say nearly every developer out there uses a package manager of some kind, now they can use it without leaving Komodo and disrupting their workflow.
In Komodo 9.1 you’ll be able to easily interface with Bower, NPM, Composer, Gem, PIP, CPAN, PyPM and PPM. You’ll be able access all their command line magic.
Additionally Komodo facilitates searching through available packages as well as installed packages. Even for Node.JS and Perl, which tend to make searching for packages from the command line a bit of a challenge.
We’ll be submitting some sample addons soon to get you on your way if that’s something you’re interested in.
To interface with package managers we built a neat new Commando scope called the “Shell Scope” which lets you run shell commands. This is usable for any shell command you may want to run, not just package managers command. Not only that but the SDK allows you to easily create intelligent interfaces for your most used shell commands.
When you shut down Komodo and start it back up Komodo easily restores your
workspace as it was before you shut it down. It’s done that for ages, but you might have thought; what if I could manually save and restore my workspace?
Well Carey did, and so he developed the custom workspaces feature, which allows you to set up Komodo just the way you like it, then save it and come back to your setup whenever you wish. This allows you to create countless workspaces that easily jumpstart your preferred workflow.
And So Much More
For a complete list of changes in Komodo 9.1 (IDE and Edit), please check our the newest features.
Komodo 9.0 owners are automatically entitled to 9.1, and Komodo 8.x owners can upgrade via My Account.