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Sublime Text 1.2 Now Available

After many months of development, I’m very pleased to announce the release of Sublime Text 1.2. This is the most significant upgrade of Sublime Text since the initial release, and it’s free for all registered users. If you haven’t purchased a license yet, you can download a fully functional evaluation version.

New features in version 1.2 include a revised user interface, a project system, and support for TextMate format snippets, many of which are installed by default. In addition to this, it’s more customisable, has an enhanced Python API, and improved facilities for day to day text editing.


Selecting a file in the project

Changelog Highlights

  • New project system
  • Updated user interface look and feel
  • Support for TextMate format snippets
  • Resizeable panes and panels in the GUI
  • Distraction free editing mode
  • Quick panel, to select between open buffers, file in the current directory, or files in the project.
  • Visible whitespace
  • Overwrite mode
  • Load and save files in various european encodings
  • New preferences menu
  • Swap lines command
  • Improved auto complete
  • Improved bracket matching
  • Improved auto pairing of brackets and quotes
  • Improved bookmark support
  • Close buttons per-tab by default
  • Minimap and scrollbars may be disabled in full screen mode
  • Assign names to buffers
  • API: Exposed auto complete functionality
  • API: Exposed findAll
  • API: Exposed quick panel
  • API: Exposed the input panel
  • Download it now, and try it out!

    Jon Skinner

    3 Comments

    1. Pretty cool post. I just came across your blog and wanted to say
      that I have really enjoyed browsing your blog posts. Anyway
      I’ll be subscribing to your blog and I hope you post again soon!

      Comment by Jenny — June 24, 2009 @ 4:55 pm

    2. please update to support chinese characters

      Comment by mcmugchu — June 25, 2009 @ 5:55 pm

    3. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for in a windows text editor for 2 years! e editor came close, but had stability issues. I don’t know how I missed this.

      Comment by Victor — August 19, 2009 @ 7:57 am

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