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  •  11 Mar 2009 20:57

Release Notes: This release adds the ability to define custom error patterns using regular expressions in user tools.

  •  10 Oct 2008 18:04

Release Notes: Files are now automatically unloaded when they are no longer used. This release also fixes several Unicode-related bugs.

  •  21 Jun 2008 23:36

Release Notes: The session is now saved and restored when restarting the editor. Captured output and search results are now displayed in a docked window.

  •  17 Feb 2008 06:21

Release Notes: The look and feel were changed to make the editor look more similar to a traditional text editor and less like a literate programming tool.

  •  24 Aug 2007 10:52

Release Notes: There is now a dialog showing the progression and allowing you to cancel search. Syntax highlighting has been improved for TeX and C++. This release also fixes a bug truncating the output of a tool returning a non-zero exit code.

  •  12 Apr 2007 13:17

Release Notes: This release integrates the ZoomEdit branch into the main branch, and adds minor features.

  •  05 Feb 2007 11:19

Release Notes: This version adds horizontal scrollbars and the ability to unload files. The configuration files have been reorganized: it is now possible to extend settings just by dropping a file into the config directory.

  •  30 Nov 2006 14:34

Release Notes: This release adds support for x86_64 systems.

  •  17 Jul 2006 12:07

Release Notes: The syntax highlighting code has been redesigned to fix bad highlighting with very long comments and Python doc strings. The editor can now work as a single instance application. Other changes include support of PHP syntax highlighting and minor bugfixes.

  •  06 Mar 2006 13:35

Release Notes: This release adds syntax highlighting for Perl.

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