What's new in PrEditor 2.1
Version 2.1 was released on 27 June 2005. This page describes the new features, changes to existing features, and bug fixes compared to versions 2.0. See the press release.
- Tags support
- Tags allow you to navigate quickly through your project and
provides a browse tree that lets you see the structure of your
project at a glance.
- Autosave, crash recovery, and auto-backup added
- PrEditor now saves your work periodically, and recovers that data if
for some reason PrEditor is stopped unexpectedly - this reduces the chance
of you losing work. PrEditor can now create a backup when saving a file.
- File Export added
- Files or parts of files can now be exported as HTML, with all the syntax
colouring, as shown by PrEditor.
- File encryption added
- Files can now be saved as encrypted using RC4.
- New commands added
- File Insert and File Reload added.
- PMAC improved
- PrEditor macros now looks like a real language! It now supports
constructs like if, switch, while and
for, etc., method calls, and classes,
with a rich set of built-in text processing methods.
- Parsing syntax-coloured files is now much more efficient, and FTP
transfers are now much faster.
- FTP files in projects
- You can now have FTP files in projects and access them with the same
convenience as ordinary files.
- Syntax colouring
- Now recognises first line such as #!/bin/sh
to determine syntax colouring, treats file extensions as case sensitive
(.C files are now treated as C++ files whereas .c files are treated as C
files), and files with no extension (like 'Makefile') are now recognised
- Unprintables now shown
- Tabs, spaces, and returns can now be shown selectively.
- Printing bug fixed (where not all pages were printed).
- ...and many more.
- What's new in Version 2.0.