CudaText (multi-platform text editor)

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Re: CudaText (multi-platform text editor)

#31 Post by Andrew Lee » Thu Apr 15, 2021 5:32 pm

Midas wrote:
Thu Apr 15, 2021 5:42 am
CudaText v1.131.0.0 released (changelog at https://cudatext.github.io/history.txt).

FYI, CudaText homepage changed to https://cudatext.github.io/ (previous http://uvviewsoft.com/cudatext/ now redirects here, too).
I have updated the relevant db fields.

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Re: CudaText (multi-platform text editor)

#32 Post by rbon » Fri Apr 16, 2021 7:40 am

Topic update.
CudaText v. 1.132.0.3 has been released at April 16, 2021:
• GitHub web site: https://cudatext.github.io/
• FossHub download page: https://www.fosshub.com/CudaText.html
• FossHub direct download 32 bit: https://www.fosshub.com/CudaText.html?d ... 32.0.3.zip
• FossHub direct download 64 bit: https://www.fosshub.com/CudaText.html?d ... 32.0.3.zip
• Sourceforge addons page: https://sourceforge.net/projects/cudate ... ddons_all/
• Sourceforge direct download addons (April 14, 2021): https://sourceforge.net/projects/cudate ... p/download
• Changelog in ver. 1.132.0 (from file History): https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Alexe ... istory.txt
1.132.0 (2021/04)
+ add: support for the "LSP Client" new plugin (thanks @Shovel)
+ add: Wiki topic https://wiki.freepascal.org/CudaText_plugins#LSP_Client
+ add: Wiki topic https://wiki.freepascal.org/CudaText_plugins#Runner
+ add: Wiki topic https://wiki.freepascal.org/CudaText_pl ... igure_Menu
+ add: Wiki topic https://wiki.freepascal.org/CudaText_pl ... aFormatter
+ add: Find dialog: with option 'Hi' the input field background is colored if cannot find anything (thanks @tmsg)
+ add: command "close all tabs" closes tabs in 3 floating groups too
+ add: Windows option "Underline keyboard shortcuts and access keys" is now considered for 'themed' menu (thanks Udo Weik)
* change: save "tab is pinned" state only in session, not in file-history (thanks @kvichans)
- fix: regression: app confirms to close 'pinned tabs' on app closing (thanks @JairoMartinezA)
"Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the universe trying to build bigger and better idiots. So far, the universe is winning." - Rick Cook.

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Re: CudaText (multi-platform text editor)

#33 Post by rbon » Sun Sep 19, 2021 12:38 pm

CudaText v. 1.145.0.0 has been released at September 19, 2021:
• web site: http://uvviewsoft.com/cudatext/index.html
• FossHub download page: https://www.fosshub.com/CudaText.html
• FossHub direct download 32 bit version: https://www.fosshub.com/CudaText.html?d ... 45.0.0.zip
• FossHub direct download 64 bit version: https://www.fosshub.com/CudaText.html?d ... 45.0.0.zip
• Sourceforge addons page: https://sourceforge.net/projects/cudate ... ddons_all/
• Sourceforge addons direct download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/cudate ... p/download
• Wiki: https://wiki.freepascal.org/CudaText

History:
the file 'History.txt' is contained in downloaded archive (see above):
-> readme -> history.txt
Last changes listed in file 'History.txt':

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1.145.0 (2021/09)

+ add: consider Find dialog option "Case sensitive" on "Extract RegEx matches"
+ add: command "scroll to left edge"
+ add: command-line handles *.cuda-session files even without plugin Session Manager
+ add: lexer JS: folding for brackets ()[] (thanks @GHNewbiee)
+ add: lexer PHP: update word lists; keywords+classes must be case-insensitive
+ add: lexer Ini: highlight keywords "true"/"false" and numbers, support comments in the middle of a line
+ add: lexer YAML: fix string-rule, add \-escaped rule
- fix: Project Manager: right-click must not open a file (thanks @GHNewbiee)
- fix: Options Editor Lite: issue with arrow keys (thanks @GHNewbiee)
- fix: API on_scroll was not called by "scroll ..." commands (thanks @OlehL)
- fix: command "toggle side panel" sometimes shows empty panel

1.144.0 (2021/09)

+ add: micromap can be rendered on vertical scrollbar area: new option "micromap_on_scrollbar"
+ add: option "scrollbar_click_jump" (thanks @JairoMartinezA)
+ add: lexer Python: support for future keywords "match" with "case"
- fix: major bug in CSS auto-completion (must consider " | " separators in cudax_css.py)
- fix: lexer Markdown: font-style modifiers worked bad with Unicode letters (thanks @MiroslavMatas); for this fix the class \l was added to the lexer RegEx syntax
- fix: lexer Markdown: fix header rule
- fix: lexer Markdown: highlight of <~mail@site.com> (thanks @l1ving)
- fix: sometimes command "Undo" breaks the syntax highlight (thanks @eltonfabricio10)
- fix: sometimes after PageDown command, app doesn't underline links (thanks @OmlineEditor)

1.143.0 (2021/09)

+ add: option "autocomplete_html_autoclose" has additional function: on typing '</' it inserts the name of last opened tag (thanks @eltonfabricio10)
+ add: for huge lines (length>4K) in e.g. HTML, syntax highlighting still must be calculated, to consider e.g. JS/CSS included blocks
+ add: lexer Markdown: rework to support all font-style modifiers in all combinations (bold, italic, crossed, bold+italic, bold+crossed, italic+crossed, bold+italic+crossed); improve rule for 'headers'
+ add: lexer HTML: fix to support <script> with JSON
+ add: preinstalled toolbar theme "light_24x24" (from @effeotto)
- fix: range-check error on re-wrapping (CudaExt plugin command) big file
- fix: HTML auto-completion didn't show the listbox after '</'
- fix: minor bug in "auto_fold_comments" option
"Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the universe trying to build bigger and better idiots. So far, the universe is winning." - Rick Cook.

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