Release Notes: This release works with GTK 3 (GTK 2 is still supported), and the syntax scanner had a major overhaul to make it faster. There is a new search and replace function, which also supports search and replace in files on disk. Other new features include a context-aware toggle comment function and a select block feature, the auto-completion of user-defined functions, and a jump function that will bring you immediately the the definition of a function. Many existing features have been improved and polished and support for new languages has been added, such as Google Go, Vala, and Ada.
Release Notes: The previous released featured a new editor widget, which was a bit unpolished. Now this widget is much more polished, is faster, and supports more languages. There are many bugs fixed and other improvements implemented. This release is much more suitable for day-to-day use. However, it is still an unstable release, so there are many unfinished features and missing translations.
Release Notes: A new development release, and the first release in the 1.3.* branch. The 1.3 branch will lead the development to the 2.0 release of Bluefish. The 1.3 branch has the new (faster) editor widget with auto-completion, integrated reference help, and much more. It no longer requires GnomeVFS, since all (remote) file code has been ported to GIO/GVFS.
Release Notes: This development snapshot has many performance improvements in the syntax scanning engine, more auto-completion strings, and many minor bugfixes. The development tree can be installed side-by-side with the stable releases.
Release Notes: This release features a new bookmarks functionality, much improved project management, auto tag closing, better navigation trough opened documents, a much more responsive user interface, many user interface improvements, many bugfixes, and much more.
Release Notes: This release features project management, a better user interface (including a reworked menu and improved keyboard navigation), support for remote files using gnome-vfs, a nicer user interface (many new icons and buttons, and general user interface cleanups), and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: Changes include many bugfixes and speedups, many user interface improvements, more translations, and a very nice function reference interface. Currently included function reference files are for PHP and HTML.
Release Notes: This is the first release of the GTK 2 port. It features a new configurable highlighting engine with support for multiple languages (default supporting C, Java, PHP, HTML, and XML), better support for different encodings (including UTF-8), anti-aliasing, many user interface improvements, and many other improvements.
Release Notes: Numerous small updates and improvements, more translations, extensions to the custom menu for custom search and replace macros, some small memory leak fixes, and better handling for file history.