Release Notes: The most important news is the 'colorer' library support, which makes Freddy capable of syntax highlighting more than 100 text formats. The first version of the manual is ready and accessible in PDF and HTML formats. The editor now supports the UTF-8 format. The search function now includes a replace function. Currently unavailable menu items get disabled, and the list of the available graphical styles is dynamically-listed in the menu. The Preferences window now has a "Quick Help" function. Many bugfixes were also made.
Release Notes: The most important news is the 'colorer' library support, which makes Freddy capable of syntax highlighting more than 100 text formats. However, this feature is not yet enabled. The editor can now load and save UTF-8 texts. The search function now includes a replace function. Currently unavailable menu items are now disabled in the GUI, and the list of the available graphical styles are dynamically listed in the menu. The Preferences window now has a "Quick Help" function. This release also contains many bugfixes.
Release Notes: Freddy now has a "Preferences" window which makes it possible to reconfigure it at runtime. Support for X11's "selection clipboard" was added. Freddy now marks the modified buffers' name with an "*". Any nonexistent files specified on the command line can are now created. The module interface was rewritten. It is now possible to use modules under Windows. Some modules now have some interesting new features, such as the "status ball" of the console module. Many improvements were also made, and many serious bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Command line switches were added. Loading files into a running instance of the program is now possible. Horizontal scrollbars were added to help you view long lines. The tab bar's tabs have little pixmaps which are draggable, allowing you to easily change their order. A configuration window and i18n support were added. Many improvements and bugfixes were also made.
Release Notes: A new console module was added, making it much easier to develop programs. This release also features bugfixes and a more complete Debian package.
Release Notes: This version of Freddy finally runs on Windows (with non-commercial QT-2.3.0). It has to ability to select areas with mouse, and it has many more feature enhancements.
Release Notes: New features include fully customizable menu and shortcuts, better support for creating a user's settings directory, and the ability to drag'n'drop the tabs to change the order of the files. The program now uses the newest Qt (version 3.0.0) and the autoconf system.
Release Notes: New features include session management, customizable shortcuts, and the ability to configure the window's caption, saving of state upon exit, and checking if a file has been changed. Many bugs were also fixed.