UNDER CONSTRUCTION.  This section will be updated in the near future to reflect the NEW 2014 features.

A list of What's New can be read here:  http://community.slickedit.com/index.php/topic,10853.0.html

SlickEdit 2013 is a cross-platform, multi-language code editor that gives programmers the ability to code in over 50 languages on 9* platforms. This latest version builds on the company’s 26 years of experience in enabling developers and development teams to create, navigate, modify, build, and debug code faster and more accurately. SlickEdit 2013 delivers a wide range of powerful new features and existing feature enhancements, including:

Multiple Document Group Interface

The MDI layout has been completely rewritten to support multiple groups of document tabs. Document tabs (and groups of tabs) can be floated as separate top-level windows, allowing better use of multiple monitors Files can be dragged and dropped to move between tab groups or to create new groups. The new document tabs offer much better performance than the previous File Tabs tool window, better supporting users who prefer to keep many files open.


Repository Log Browser

A new Repository Browser dialog displays a summary of a repository's comment log history. Use the Tools > Version Control > Browse Repository... menu to bring up the dialog.


History Diff

A new History Diff dialog allows you to quickly see side-by-side historical revision differences. This is supported for Subversion, Perforce, Mercurial, Git, and Backup History. Use the Tools > Version Control > History Diff on... menu.

Support for Large Files

Reading and saving files greater than 2GB is now supported. In theory the maximum limit is 2TB, but available system memory and hard drive speed are now the limiting factors. For substantially better performance, use an SSD.

More Beautifiers

New beautifiers have been added for Java and C#. New options have been added to better support beautification of doc comments.

New Languages

Support has been added for Matlab, CoffeeScript, Markdown, and Google Go.

Android NDK Projects

SlickEdit now supports developing Android application that use the NDK development kit, including NDK debugging.

Reload with Encoding

A new File > Reload with Encoding menu item brings up a dialog which enables you to quickly reload an open file with a new encoding.