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Welcome to the Komodo User Guide

What's new in Komodo IDE

9.2.1

  • Prefs: Added Vagrantfile file association.
  • Syntax Highlighting: Added Docker syntax highlighting.
  • Toolbox: fix issue preventing tools from saving - fixes #504.
  • Collab: Improve contact request user experience.
  • Scintilla: Fixed crash caused by drag+drop on OSX - fixes #371.
  • Go: Fix issue where interpreter would not be properly detected.
  • Python: Detect pyflakes properly in Python3.
  • Publishing: Fixed auto push not working when path has spaces - fixes #505.
  • Commando: Fix issue where results would not update - fixes #515.
  • Commando: Shell: Don't default to running in container commands in an external terminal.
  • Commando: Shell: Fix autocompletion triggering on partial matches.
  • OSX: Ensure Scintilla dialog views' text is visible.
  • Scintilla: Highlight JavaScript and CoffeeScript regex properly - fixes #414.
  • CodeIntel: Fixed reading from rails.cix catalog - fixes #537.
  • Keybindings: vi: Ensure the caret is scrolled into view after moving in visual mode - fixes #436.
  • Lint: Fixed linting for Javascript macros - fixes #381.
  • Scintilla: Ruby: Highlight keyword-style arguments correctly - fixes #522.

9.2

  • Docker and Vagrant Integration: You can now interact with Docker and Vagrant using Commando (under Commando > Shell).

  • Collaboration Overhaul: Collaboration has been given a significant face-lift and is now a joy to work with! Code better with your teams with our updated collab tool.

  • Real-time (in-line) spell checking: Komodo will now check your code for spelling errors in real-time, and allow you to easily address spelling errors right within the editor.

  • Package Installer: We are introducing an all new way to install addons, color schemes, skins, keybindings, languages, etc. Simply by using Commando, you can now install all your favourite "Packages" (previously called "Resources" or "Extensions").

  • EditorConfig Integration: Komodo now checks for .editorconfig files in your path, you can read more about this here.

  • Focus Mode (aka Distraction Free Mode): Clean up your IDE: easily hide non-essential UI with a keystroke, you can read more about this here.

  • CSS3 Autocompletions: We already supported a ton of CSS3 in our autocompletions, but thanks to Defman we now support all of CSS3.

  • Crisper UI: Particularly when using dark color schemes, the UI could feel a little bit "fuzzy" in the past, but no longer is that the case!

  • A boatload of Commando enhancements and fixes (see below)

(Read the full Release Notes.)

What's new in Komodo Edit

9.2.1

  • Prefs: Added Vagrantfile file association.
  • Syntax Highlighting: Added Docker syntax highlighting.
  • Scintilla: Fixed crash caused by drag+drop on OSX - fixes #371.
  • Python: Detect pyflakes properly in Python3.
  • Commando: Fix issue where results would not update - fixes #515.
  • OSX: Ensure Scintilla dialog views' text is visible.
  • Scintilla: Highlight JavaScript and CoffeeScript regex properly - fixes #414.
  • CodeIntel: Fixed reading from rails.cix catalog - fixes #537.
  • Keybindings: vi: Ensure the caret is scrolled into view after moving in visual mode - fixes #436.
  • Lint: Fixed linting for Javascript macros - fixes #381.
  • Scintilla: Ruby: Highlight keyword-style arguments correctly - fixes #522.

9.2

  • Package Installer: We are introducing an all new way to install addons, color schemes, skins, keybindings, languages, etc. Simply by using Commando, you can now install all your favourite "Packages" (previously called "Resources" or "Extensions").

  • EditorConfig Integration: Komodo now checks for .editorconfig files in your path, you can read more about this here.

  • Focus Mode (aka Distraction Free Mode): Clean up your IDE: easily hide non-essential UI with a keystroke, you can read more about this here.

  • CSS3 Autocompletions: We already supported a ton of CSS3 in our autocompletions, but thanks to Defman we now support all of CSS3.

  • Crisper UI: Particularly when using dark color schemes, the UI could feel a little bit "fuzzy" in the past, but no longer is that the case!

  • A boatload of Commando enhancements and fixes (see below)

(Read the full Release Notes.)