BBEdit 14.0.4 macOS | 29.4 MB
BBEdit is the leading professional HTML and text editor for macOS. This award-winning product has been crafted to serve the needs of writers, Web authors and software developers, and provides an abundance of features for editing, searching, and manipulation of prose, source code, and textual data.
With BBEdit, you can.
Exercise Total Control Over Text
Work YOUR Way
Command Files, Folders, Disks, and Servers
Enjoy Textual Omnipotence
Live Up To Standards
Integrate Smoothly Into Existing Workflows
An intelligent interface provides easy access to BBEdit’s best-of-class features. These features include (but aren’t limited to): grep pattern matching; search and replace across multiple files; project definition tools; function navigation and syntax coloring for numerous source code languages; code folding; FTP and SFTP open and save; Git and Subversion integration; AppleScript and Automator support; macOS Unix scripting support; text and code completion; and of course a complete set of robust HTML markup tools.
What’s new in BBEdit v14.0.4
Fixed regression in which double-clicking a lone selected file in the FTP/SFTP browser window would not open it as was intended.
Fixed a cosmetic issue with the layout of the Preferences window sidebar when running on pre-11.0 versions of macOS.
Made a change to the "Get Info" panel so that spaces are allowed at the beginning and/or end of a file name, as when renaming items in the Finder.
Fixed crash which would occur when trying to use Quick Look to preview items in a Disk Browser window’s sidebar.
Fixed bug in which the active conda environment (if used) was not properly propagated to #! script execution via the "Run" command when in Free Mode. When running a Python script this would usually result in the wrong interpreter version being used, and/or packages unexpectedly not being found.
When verifying the suitability of a compiled executable, BBEdit now allows 64-bit x86_64 (Intel) binaries to qualify when running natively on arm64 (M1). This allows things to keep working when you haven’t updated your installed tools yet. (But you should.)
Worked around macOS 12 behavior change which caused menu keyboard equivalents for some items to be incorrectly "translated" for users of non-English keyboard layouts. This broke both display and invocation of those equivalents for those users.