Full D syntax highlight.
OpenOffice-like word completion (for Linux).
Support for launching external build tools, like build/rebuild.
Available for 32bit/64bit linux and 32bit windows.
Supported languages: The D Programming Language.
Crash when saving program configuration with an open doc-browser.
D keywords brought up-to-date.
Remembers last opened project and files.
Search in documentation implemented.
In-program help (only rebuild example for now).
CTRL+A selects all text in code tab.
Option to have line numbers in margin.
Find dialog crashed with multiple open files.
Program settings dialog crashed randomly.
= and : is now usable in project settings.
Added options to configure font and font size.
Launching programs was broken on Windows
Changed the example text in the outline tab, it should now be clear that this feature isn't implemented yet.
Documentation updates: D 1.10, Phobos 1.10, Tango 0.96-b2.
Support for Qt's UI files.
Saving of project settings to the *correct* file is now working again.
Loading documentation when in a project sometimes failed.
Non-documentation tabs sometimes had the save buttons disabled.
Documentation sometimes became inaccessible after building a project.
Tango documentation had file conflicts and has been updated.
Made an option to set T as D keyword (for syntax highlight).
Documentation for Phobos thread wasn't generated correctly.
Reverted T as D keyword.
Prebuilt documentation for: D Language, Phobos and Tango.
Shift+TAB unindents the current line or selection.
T has (for now) been added as a D keyword.
Will only show output window when in a project.
Program title wasn't set right when creating a new project.
This is a bugfix release for the windows version. Linux users won't gain
anything from upgrading.
Autocompletion wasn't working as expected in the windows build, and has been disabled for now.
Program settings dialog added, it is now possible to set a userdefined tab width.
The "open file dialog" now supports all implemented file types.
The "project view" is now also displaying python, ruby, and lua source files.
Full project support under Windows.
XML syntax highlight improved a lot.
Python syntax highlight colors now look more like the D style.
In "Project view", the same file could be opened many times, over multiple tabs.
Text files with international characters opened though the "project view" could make eDitor crash.
If creating or loading more than one project, files would be shown multiple times in "project view" and "fs view".
This is a bugfix release for the linux version. Windows users won't gain
anything from upgrading.
The binaries have been recompiled using the apbuild package from the
autopackage project (http://autopackage.org). eDitor should now work across
multiple glibc versions.
The shell script for selecting the right binary (32bit/64bit), has been
changed to use /bin/bash, instead of /bin/sh.
.patch files is now *really* supported in the "open file dialog".