Release Notes: This release features a new installation structure. Now multi-user by default on both Windows and Linux, Cream sessions can be run independently of Vim sessions without Cream. User files are generated on startup automatically and no longer need to be created manually. Other refinements include new icon graphics, installation scripts for Linux (complete with a GNOME menu icon), swap files now located in the same directory as the edited file, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is only a minor bug-fix release. No new features have been added since the previous release.
Release Notes: This is a minor release that includes the new context sensitive Omni-completion feature from Vim 7. Also added or revised are a new GPG encryption add-on, highlighting of URLs and email addresses, opening of URLs under the cursor in a Web browser (Shift+Enter), typing tutor improvements, and a new Matrix color scheme.
Release Notes: This is a minor release that adds three common keyboard shortcuts, an updated French translation for menus, better Apple/Mac behavior, and improvements to the Email Prettyfier and Slide Generator add-ons. Cream is now distributed under the newest version of the GNU General Public License, now version 3.
Release Notes: This is a minor release that coordinates Cream with recent Vim versions. In addition to requiring at least Vim 7.0, this release uses only a single session, and has some new tab controls in the Window menu. Vim modeline handling has been improved.
Release Notes: This is an incremental release and fixes some minor bugs. An option was added to turn off the status line. Another addition is the Slide Generator add-on. Relying on ImageMagick's convert utility, it converts a directory of Web-compatible images (.jpg, .gif, and .png) into a Web page index of small thumbnails that link to the full size image.