Bluefish Editor: Available new version 2.2.11 with minor maintenance

Bluefish Editor: Available new version 2.2.11 with minor maintenance

Bluefish Editor: Available new version 2.2.11 with minor maintenance

This month of April 2020, the lightweight, fast and versatile website Open source editor multiplatform called BluefishEditor has given us the news of the availability of the new version 2.2.11.

BluefishEditor is usually considered an excellent option for programmers and web designers, both novices and experts, for the website and page development, and many other general programming projects.

Bluefish Editor: Introduction

"An open source editor for experienced web designers and programmers, supporting various markup and programming languages, but focusing on creating dynamic and interactive websites". About the Bluefish app

In previous publications we have already talked about Bluefish, because it is really very useful and practical in its category. On those occasions, we have described it as follows:

"With its extensive feature set, you can almost do anything like an IDE. An interesting feature of Bluefish is its integration with third-party programs. Bluefish is versatile to support different languages. Supports Ada, ASP.NET, VBS, C / C ++, CSS, CFML, Clojure, D, gettextPO, Google Go, HTML, XHTML, HTML5, Java, JSP, JavaScript, jQuery, and Lua".

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"Bluefish is one of the best options for programmers and web designers, both beginners and experienced, for developing dynamic web pages and websites, scripts and programming code in general. Certainly Bluefish is commonly known as an HTML editor, but its capabilities go much further. Bluefish is free, under the GPL license, and is available for Linux, Solaris, OS X, and Windows platforms.".

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Bluefish Editor: Content

Bluefish Editor: New version available

Now, in this month of April, the official website of the app, informs us of the availability of the new version 2.2.11, which among other features and novelties include the following:

  • It is a minor maintenance release and a minor feature release. With the sole exception of Python 3 support, which is a major change. The developers caution that if you compile Bluefish with Python 3, you may experience new bugs.
  • Other minor changes included are: Improved double-click selection (for example, selecting a function name that has underscores), which is also now configurable per language; the inclusion of a function to fill a line with spaces up to a mouse click, to be able to start writing at any position on the screen (with a fixed width font); and fixing a crash when executing very large disk replace actions on many files.
  • Last but not least, "Find and Replace" now ignores backup files by default. In addition to fixing cursor highlighting and line highlighting for a rare bug, adding a small new feature, to insert the output of an external command at the current cursor position, and updating many of the language files, such as: CSS, Python and HTML.

For more information on Bluefish, you can also explore your Wiki y Manual.

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Conclusion

We hope this "useful little post" about the new version 2.2.11 light, fast and versatile Cross-platform open source editor called «Bluefish Editor», which is usually considered an excellent option for programmers and web designers, both novices and experts, for the development of dynamic pages and websites, and any other programming project in general; be a lot interest and utility, For the whole «Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the diffusion of the wonderful, gigantic and growing ecosystem of applications of «GNU/Linux».

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