ANN: Komodo IDE 4.4 & Komodo Edit 4.4 released

Trent Mick trentm at
Tue Jun 24 19:33:13 CEST 2008

Komodo IDE 4.4.0 and Komodo Edit 4.4.0 have been released. Installers
for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux are available here:

Or, if you have Komodo 4.3 installed, auto-update should provide the 
update for you automatically sometime today.

What's New in Komodo 4.4.0

* [Komodo IDE] A new "Sections List" filterable menu list has been added 
to the status bar. This supports all of Komodo's core "codeintel" 
languages plus it provides a file outline for C/C++, Java, CSS, XML/HTML 
files and more.

* [Komodo IDE] A number of improvements to Source Code Control -- in 
particular a multi-file commit dialog and a "Change List" tab (next to 
the Toolbox) that tracks what files you are editing/adding/deleting from 
SCC while in Komodo to help you commit those files in logic change sets.

* Column mode editing. Often requested, finally here.

* Plus many many bug fixes and user interface improvements.

Get the full details here:

About Komodo

Komodo IDE is a commercial multi-platform integrated development
environment for dynamic languages (Python, Ruby, Perl, PHP, JavaScript)
and web tech (HTML, CSS, XML, XSLT): full-featured debuggers; code
browsing; Subversion, CVS and Perforce integration, regular expression
toolkit (Rx); interactive shells; and everything in Komodo Edit.

Komodo Edit is the free and *open-source* little brother of Komodo IDE.
It is a multi-platform, multi-language editor that kicks ass. Features

- an excellent editor (based on Scintilla)
- autocomplete and calltips for many languages
- Vi and Emacs keybindings
- background syntax checking
- syntax coloring for dozens of languages (including template languages
like Django's template language)
- schema-based XML autocomplete
- full project support
- remote files
- extensibility via Python or JavaScript macros, or via Firefox-style
- multi-language file support (get HTML, CSS and JavaScript autocomplete
all in one HTML file!).

Let us know what you think here:



Trent Mick
trentm at

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