Bare Bones Software updated its well-known expert HTML and text editor Monday. BBEdit 8.1 “now includes support for Subversion, plus improvements to its groundbreaking iText Factoryi feature, and respective interface refinements and fixes for documented issues,” the company said.
“The Subversion job would not triumph less the community of developers and ISVs who improve it and integrate it into their very own goods and services. Weire quite pleased to see Bare Bones Computer software incorporate support for Subversion in BBEdit, which gives their customers the capability to collaborate with other team members in distributed environments,” stated Brian Behlendorf, CTO of CollabNet, the sponsor behind Subversionis advancement.
The update can be downloaded at no charge to registered BBEdit 8 customers.
BBEdit 8 sells for $199; a cross -upgrade value of $129 is accessible to owners of Adobe GoLive or Macromedia Dreamweaver, and registered owners of TextWrangler. Upgrades from BBEdit 7.0 and 7.1 price $49, while owners of older versions can improve for $59.
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Sure, there’s always notepad, but if you’re doing anything more than a simple quick edit, you’re going to want more than notepad. A good free text editor is Emerald Editor – formerly known as Crimson editor. If you’re on a budget, this is one that should be on your shortlist.