Release Notes: This release adds syntax highlighting and code folding for JSON, and significantly improves Substance Look and Feel support.
Release Notes: This release fixes a keyboard issue with non-QWERTY keyboards. Several Substance skins are now available as Look And Feels when using Java 6 or newer.
Release Notes: This release adds code folding for HTML, JSP, and HTML, adds syntax highlighting and code folding for NSIS, improves Scala syntax highlighting, and fixes a major issue when running on Linux.
Release Notes: This release adds scripted macro support: you can write macros in Rhino (JS) or Groovy, assign them shortcuts, and run them in the editor. Basic JSP code completion was added. The editor component was upgraded and now supports more options as well (configurable in the Options dialog).
Release Notes: This release fixes issues found in the recent 1.3.0 release. The most important issue fixed was that the Options dialog didn't open if Perl is not installed on the machine. An issue was also fixed where the tab size was not being saved/reloaded properly between RText sessions. There was also a big speed-up in Java code completion when lazy loading lots of class completions for the first time (e.g. first completion popup displaying for a source file with lots of wildcard imports).
Release Notes: This release focuses on both UI enhancements and bugfixes. For UI enhancements, drop shadows were added to all menus. Several Substance 6.1 skins are available from the LookAndFeel menu. Text matches in the "Find in Files" dialog are now syntax highlighted to show some context of matches in the results. Bugs were fixed in the external tool support, Java code completion, and Find in Files dialog.
Release Notes: This release brings code completion support (Ctrl+C) for C, HTML, Java, Perl, PHP, and shell scripting. Java support is a work in progress and is disabled by default (can be enabled in the Options dialog). Formatting of HTML and XML files can now be done thanks to JTidy. ActionScript syntax highlighting was added, and Groovy highlighting saw some improvements. There were also tons of smaller improvements for an overall better experience.
Release Notes: "External tool" support was added. Similar to Eclipse, this allows you to define and run external processes and get their output in a docked window. "Tasks" support was improved. The user can now define what words denote "tasks" in the options menu. Ctrl+arrow key navigation was also improved in the text editor (it now works like Eclipse). Word selection when double-clicking with the mouse was improved. An option was added to show EOL markers in the editor. Some smaller bugs were fixed. Finally, several translations were updated.
Release Notes: In this release, a spell checker was finally added. Scala, Delphi, and BBCode syntax highlighting support was added as well. When editing XML, closing tags are now automatically completed. The file chooser uses a new "breadcrumb bar" component. The UI was cleaned up and looks a little nicer now. Finally, a few bugs were fixed.