SlickEdit's best in class features are now available in the following languages:
Already strong support for the following languages has been enhanced:
Clojure support includes:
- Color Coding
- Smart editing features include smart indenting, SmartPaste®, and reindenting on Tab.
- Project build support
- Single file project build support - This feature allows you to create a program in a single file and build and execute it without creating a workspace
TypeScript support includes:
- Color Coding
- Smart editing features include SmartPaste®, smart indenting, word completion, and Auto-Close
Yaml support includes:
- Color Coding
- Smart editing features include auto indenting, word completion, and Auto-Close
See more on YAML here.
Erlang support now includes:
- Statement tagging
- Function argument help
SlickEdit has continued to enhance the best tagging available. Enhancements include:
- Added capability to References tool window to filter references to variables to only show statements where the variable appeared to be assigned to. Note, this does not recognize cases where a class instance calls a non-const method, or cases where a variable is passed to a function by reference.
- Added capability to References tool window to filter references to variables to only show statements the symbol is used in a 'const' or 'non-const' context.
- Added "Expand To Statements" feature to Defs tool window. This feature works when "Show Statements" is enabled and, by default, will only expand the tree up to functions rather than expanding all statements for all functions.
- Added "Auto Collapse" feature to Defs tool window to close automatically expanded tree nodes after you navigate away.
- Added menu button and label to References tool window to indicate if symbol type filters are in effect. Redesigned filtering so that changing symbol types filters is nearly instant.
- Added vertical orientation option to References tool window so that the references preview can be stacked beneath the list of references.
- Add "Look in:" option to Symbols tool window to only show a subset of the available tag files.
SlickEdit now boasts integrated debugging for over 11 languages. New for 2019 are:
Other debugger improvements:
- Update GDB to latest version 8.13
- For 32-bit compatibility on Windows, SlickEdit now packages a 32-bit GDB (gdb32.exe) with 64-bit SlickEdit.
- Fixed activation problems with Debug memory tool window.
- Fix bug when attempting to modify memory in the memory tool window for 64-bit apps.
- Update LLDB support library to 4.0.1
For more about SlickEdit's Debuggers click here.
See more on Kotlin here.
Android support includes:
- Support for building newest SDK/NDK levels
- Creating Android projects
- Support for debugging
Enhancements to DIFFzilla® include:
- Multi-file diff is now multi-threaded by default. This is two to three times faster
- More speed improvements
- Various output optimizations
- You can now create a shelf from multi-file diff