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Welcome to SlickEdit® 2016 (v21.0.0)

CONTENTS

Contact Information
Additional Documentation
Release Notes for v21.0.0
Original Release (20.0.0) Notes
Release Notes for v19.0.2
Release Notes for v19.0.1
Original Release (19.0.0) Notes
Copyrights & Licenses

Copyright 1988-2016 SlickEdit Inc.

SlickEdit, Visual SlickEdit, Clipboard Inheritance, DIFFzilla, SmartPaste, Context Tagging, Slick-C, and Code Quick | Think Slick are registered trademarks of SlickEdit Inc. All other products or company names are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Protected by U.S. Patent 5,710,926.


Contact Information

SlickEdit Inc.
3000 Aerial Center Parkway
Suite 160
Morrisville, NC 27560
USA

1.919.473.0070
1.800.934.EDIT (USA)
1.919.473.0080 fax
www.slickedit.com

Product Support

1.919.473.0100
www.slickedit.com/support

Other Resources

Check out our SlickEdit Community Forums at http://community.slickedit.com, and "Hello World" - the SlickEdit Developer Blog at http://blog.slickedit.com.

A book about using SlickEdit is also available called Professional SlickEdit, written by SlickEdit expert John Hurst (Indianapolis, Wiley Publishing, 2005, ISBN - 978-0470122150).


Additional Documentation

The SlickEdit® User Guide, Slick-C® Macro Programming Guide, and emulation charts are available in PDF format from the docs directory after the product is installed.

The PDF files are readable using the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® or a comparable PDF reader. Download the Adobe Acrobat Reader from www.adobe.com.


SlickEdit 2016

Fixes, Features, and Enhancements in SlickEdit 2016 (21.0.0)

  • Language Support
    • New Groovy support
      • Color Coding
      • Symbol Coloring
      • Smart editing features
      • Context Tagging
      • Project wizard for creating gradle project
      • Single file project support
      • Debugging
      • Beautifier
    • Swift
      • Project support
      • Debugging
    • C++
      • Color coding for C++ raw strings
      • Support for C++11 && reference syntax
      • Support for C++11 & and && function overload syntax
      • >Add option to dynamically transform '.' to '->' for pointer types in C++.
      • >Improve handling of local variables with parenthesized initializers that look like function prototypes in C++.
    • Verilog and System Verilog
      • Preprocessing configuration for `define macros
      • Inline parsing of quoted `include files
  • Tagging
    • Added support for CTags tag files for SlickEdit Standard edition.
    • Added new command 'edit-associated-symbol' (Alt+Backtick) to quickly jump between the current function and it's prototype and other overloaded versions.
    • Improve design and performance for local variable tagging.
  • Editing
    • Spell checking while typing.
  • Project Support
    • New option to track active project history along with workspace history to make it easier to switch between the most frequently used projects within the workspace.
    • New option to display file, project, and window history more compactly.
    • New option to display file paths relative to the current project in the Project and Open tool windows.
  • DIFFzilla
    • Choose resync points and re-diff files. Use "Align width..." menu item in context menu and choose line to resync with in the other file.
    • Re-diff files after making edits. Use "Re-diff" button.
    • Added option for Unicode Diff font. Previously only one Diff font could be for configured for both Unicode and SBCS/DBCS files.
    • Added Diff Current Symbol With Most Current Version.
  • Debuggers
    • Added support for Debug executable for Java.
    • Cleaned up Debug > Attach submenu for easier navigation.
    • (a couple fixes/changes still left to be done) Added support for using the LLDB debugger on MacOS and 64-bit Linux
    • Debug executable command, and Debug with arguments now supports Java.
  • New Mini Find and Replace dialog
    • By default, the find and replace commands display a new mini Find and Replace dialog which does incremental searching and match highlighting.
    • Provides many of the features of the Find and Replace tool window including matching color coding.
    • If you prefer the large Find and Replace tool window, you can configure the find/replace commands to display the Find and Replace tool window instead.
    • Press the binding for gui-find or gui-replace a second time to display the Find and Replace tool window. For example, pressing Ctrl+F displays the mini Find/Replace dialog. Pressing Ctrl+F again to display the Find and Replace tool window.
    • Perform the following steps to configure the new Mini Find/Replace dialog to work like the big Find and Replace Tool window:
      • Turn On "Close on Enter Key" (Tools>Options>Editing>Search)
      • Display the mini Find/Replace dialog (Ctrl+F or Search>Find). click the down arrow menu button to the right of the "< >" buttons. Uncheck "Incremental Search" and "Search Highlighting".
  • Find and Replace
    • Multi-file search/replace up to 15x faster. Best speed seen on SSDs with CPU's good at multi-threading.
    • Added "Auto escape regular expression" option added which will add escapes if the find dialog is initialized with a selection or the current word when regular expressions is on.
    • Fix for incorrect replace count message when use command line "c" or "replace" command.
  • Open Tool window
    • (Different than previous versions) By default, *.ext (i.e. *.cpp;*.h ) does current directory exact matching of files. Added match style option (current directory contains, current directory exact, recursive contains, recursive exact).
    • (Different than previous versions) By default, other wildcard (i.e. file*.cpp ) does recursive exact matching of files. Added match style option (current directory prefix, current directory contains, current directory exact, recursive prefix, recursive contains, recursive exact).
    • By default, non-wildcard does recursive contains matching of files. Added match style option (current directory prefix, current directory contains, current directory exact, recursive prefix, recursive contains, recursive exact).
    • (Different than previous versions) By default, <Tab> key in File name moves focus to next control. Added option for this so you can configure this to complete the filename like previous versions.
    • Added "Show all folders in directory panel" option. By default, this is off and the directory panel closes folders when the current directory chages.
  • Files Tool window,workspace/project tabs
    • (Different than previous versions) By default, *.ext (i.e. *.cpp;*.h ) does recursive exact matching of files. Added match style option (recursive contains, recursive exact).
    • (Different than previous versions) By default, other wildcard (i.e. file*.cpp ) does recursive exact matching of files. Added match style option (recursive prefix, recursive contains, recursive exact).
    • By default, non-wildcard does recursive contains matching of files. Added match style option (recursive prefix, recursive contains, recursive exact).
  • New Configuration System
    • Almost all configuration settings are now stored in "user.cfg.xml" (key bindings, fonts, colors, color coding, symbol coloring, language settings, user spelling dictionaries, printing profiles, and more). Recorded macros, macros, GUI resource (menus/toolbars/dialog), project templates, template manager code templates, preprocessing, compiler config (compilers.xml), and annotations, are not stored in "user.cfg.xml".
    • Simply copy your user.cfg.xml from one machine to another to get almost all your configuration changes.
    • Only your changes are stored in "user.cfg.xml". For example, if you change one color in the "Default" color scheme, only one XML line for the new settings for that color field is stored and not all color fields for the entire scheme. This means you can very easily know what settings you've changed. Also, when you update to a newer version of SlickEdit, you automatically get settings that you haven't modified.
    • Properties in "user.cfg.xml" support a "configs" attribute which lets you specify a platform. Some properties like fonts, paths, and filenames have a "configs" attribute by default so that you can have specialized settings per platform ("win", "mac", "unix"). This was done because fonts, paths, and filenames are often not the same between platforms. The GUI does not have the ability to add a "configs" attribute but it will maintain/manage it if you add one.
  • Version Control
    • Git Repository Browser. Shows each commit in the Git repository, including showing branches.
    • Find Symbol Changes in file now searches the current working file.
    • History Diff for Git had been prone to occasional parsing errors. This is resolved now.
  • General
    • Support for .editorconfig files. Supports indent_style, indent_size, tab_width, end_of_line, and trim_trailing_whitespace. Color coding added for .editorconfig files.
    • Move mouse over hex or decimal integer to view conversions (hex, dec, octal, binary, unicode) and optional copy conversion to clipboard by clicking button.
    • Calculator dialog improved to display results in two bases as you type.
    • "Extensionless file manager" renamed to "Advanced File Mappings" because it now allows you to map files with extensions too. For example, you can configure *.s files in a particualr directory to be mapped to a specific assembly language type.
    • Enhancements for undo and redo. If the last modification operation was an undo or redo, cursor movement is not recorded. This means you can scroll around the file without messing up your next undo or redo step.
    • Added delete_search command. Non-GUI command for remove lines which contain a search string.
    • Added keep_search command. Non-GUI command for remove lines which do not contain a search string.
    • Added support for key bindings using Windows shift key combinations for Ubuntu.
    • Speed of searching in options dialog greatly improved.
    • Added ability to collapse navigation panel of options dialog to save space.
    • New regex replace syntax for choosing replace text based on tagged expressions found (switch statement-like syntax). (Perl syntax) For example, replace "(a)|(b)|(c)" with "$(<1>x|<2>y|z)" -- a->x b->y c->z. For example, replace "(?:(a)|(b))(?:(c)|(d))" with "$(<1&3>x|2&4>y|z)" -- ac->x bd->y ad->z bc->z. See help on Regular Expressions for more information.
    • Added "Restore Default Options..." button to Export/Import Options in Options dialog.
  • Not all fixes/changes have been listed.

SlickEdit 2015

Original Release Notes for SlickEdit 2015 (20.0.0)

  • Selective Display
    • New options for "show-procs" command.
    • New options for "hide-all-comments" command to collapse all comments or only documentation comments
    • New show-statements and show-symbols commands for creating an outline of the current file
    • Language-specific selective-display options for creating an outline on file open and/or hiding comments.
    • Hovering the mouse over a [+] bitmap will display the hidden block in a tooltip.
    • New appearance options for displaying selective display bracketing.
  • Hex Editing
    • Support for switching into hex mode for any unicode encoding file.
    • Switching into hex mode for unicode files shows BOM if there is one.
    • Changed Backspace and Del keys to delete 1 byte at a time when editing hex bytes which are part of a 2 byte DOS line ending.
    • Improved proportional font support
  • Project Support
    • Build and debug single file projects without creating a workspace. Close your workspace and open a Python, Perl, Java, C#, C++ (GNU debugging only), Google Go, or Ruby and build and debug. Single file project supports adding custom build tools.
    • Support for Visual Studio 2015 for C++, C#, C# Device, VB Device, F#, J#
    • Project Add Tree now supports creating a folder for each directory when adding a recursive static file list.
    • Recursive wildcard folders in the Project tool window are now automatically updated when you close and reopen the folder.
    • New Debug command (Start with arguments...) to launch the current project with one-time command line arguments and working directory.
  • Language Support
    • Support for Swift language including Context Tagging and smart editing features.
    • Support for QML language
    • Improved Context Tagging for JavaScript
      • Most local functions listed in Defs tool window
      • Improved object oriented support
    • Hot spots have been added to syntax expansion for SystemVerilog.
    • update_doc_comment enhanced to support XMLDoc comments.
    • XMLDoc comments now support remarks.
    • Python optionally supports cycling through indents with the Tab key.
    • Color coding for the CMake file CMakeLists.txt.
  • New Beautifiers
    • Beautifier for System Verilog.
    • Beautifier for Verilog.
    • Beautifier for Python.
  • DIFFzilla
    • The Diff dialog now displays a Current Context combo box above each source edit window. The current symbol (like the current function) is displayed and you can select a symbol from the combo box to go to that symbol.
  • Tagging
    • Added master control switches to disable background tagging and threaded tagging.
    • Tag databases can support files sizes up to 64 gigabytes.
    • Improved scalability and stability of tag databases.
  • Help System
    • New help system based on Qt assistant.
    • Supports better searching and is much better on Mac and Unix.
    • Allows Mac version to go to help item in the middle of a help page.
  • General
    • Proportional font support for block/column selections.
    • Support for non-inclusive block/column selections.
    • Proportional font "Word Wrap While Typing" (margins) support. Comment wrap doesn't support proportional fonts yet. The right margin is calculated in pixels based on the average character width times the right margin. Left margin still specifies leading spaces.
    • When exiting SlickEdit or closing a workspace, the "Save All" button on the List Modified dialog will save unnamed files to the <config>/autosave folder by default. You are no longer forced to give a name to an unnamed buffer when exiting SlickEdit or closing a workspace. Use the Backup History Browser to restore a deleted unnamed file that was previously saved.
    • Auto Save now supports unnamed files.
    • Invoking SlickEdit with a directory can be configured to open/create a project (Pro Only), set the current directory, and activate the open toolbar if its displayed. See Tools>Option...>Application Options>General
    • Some support for filenames longer than 255 on Windows. Only possible on local file system. Not all features supported. Includes support for openning files, creating files, deleting files, tagging, backup history, diff, and backup history. Added "make_path" and "remove_dir" commands for creating and removing long directories.
    • Customizable Date/Time format for Unix and Mac. Windows version uses the system settings.
    • Pressing the Del key in certain combo boxes will delete history from the combo box. Currently works in the Find and Replace tool window and the DIFFzilla setup dialog.
    • Saving a search expression now saves and restore many more search options.
    • Fixed. Sometimes combo boxes in dialogs would append spaces to the end causing bad input for the dialog.
    • Fix for multi-line search and replace which ends with a 13 byte in a DOCS file. Ex. c/\x0d\x0a\x0d//r now works correctly (in binary) leaving a 0x0a without a preceeding 0x0d.
  • Perl Regular Expressions Enhancements
    • Now emulates Perl regex engine extremely closely so you can use almost any valid Perl regular expression. This is important because Perl regular expressions are considered the standard. There are some extensions to Perl syntax which will not work in a Perl script. See on-line help for notes on extensions that will not work in a Perl script.
    • No limit on the number of tagged expressions and named tagged expressions are supported. Previous limit was 10.
    • Look behind operators support variable length look behind. As far as we know, there is no other regular expression engine which supports this (not even Perl). For example, to match words that start with "a" or "ed" while excluding "a" or "ed" as part of the match, use (?<=\b(a|ed))[a-z]+.
    • Due to variable length look behind support, searching in reverse is more accurate. Consider the regular expression (abc)+. Now this will match the longest string of abc's in reverse. Searching in reverse for a floating point number [0-9]+([Ee][0-9]+|) now works much better in reverse also.
    • (?[extended-charset-expression]) - Supports advanced set expressions defined by Perl. For example, (?[ [ab] & [ac] ]) matches [a]. See on-line help for more information.
    • \a - Matches 0x07.
    • \A - Match beginning of file (or beginning of string).
    • \e - Match escape character 0x1b.
    • \h - Match horizontal white space character "[\t\x{20}\x{a0}\x{1680}\x{180e}\x{2000}\x{2001}\x{2002}\x{2003}\x{2004}\x{2005}\x{2006}\x{2007}\x{2008}\x{2009}\x{200a}\x{202f}\x{205f}\x{3000}\]".
    • \H - Match non horizontal white space character "[^\t\x{20}\x{a0}\x{1680}\x{180e}\x{2000}\x{2001}\x{2002}\x{2003}\x{2004}\x{2005}\x{2006}\x{2007}\x{2008}\x{2009}\x{200a}\x{202f}\x{205f}\x{3000}]".
    • \k<name>,\k'name',\k{name} - Specify tagged expression by name or index.
    • \g<name>,\g'name',\g{name} - Specify tagged expression by name or index.
    • \gddd - Match tagged expression specified by an number of decimal digits.
    • \k{-relcount} - Specify tagged expression by relative count before the current tagged expression.
    • \g{-relcount} - Match tagged expression by relative count before the current tagged expression.
    • \g-relcount - Match tagged expression by relative count before the current tagged expression.
    • \N{U+hhhh} - Match unicode character by hexadecimal code.
    • \N{unicodeCharacterName} - Match unicode character by name. A complete list of character names is available on-line from the Unicode Consortium, http://www.unicode.org/charts/charindex.html.
    • \o< - Match beginning of word.
    • \o> - Match end of word.
    • \o#{digits} - Match decimal character (same as \digits).
    • \o{octal} - Match octal character.
    • \oz Place cursor (same as \c).
    • \o:char Match built-in regex pattern. See on-line help.
    • \p{UnicodePropertName}, \P{UnicodePropertName} - Enhanced to support all the properties supported by a Perl script regex (1000's). See Perl documention page http://perldoc.perl.org/perluniprops.html lists all supported properties.
    • \R - Match new-line sequence (same as \n).
    • \s - Match space characters "\f\n\r\t\v\x85\p{Z}" (now compatible with Perl).
    • \S - Match non space characters "\f\n\r\t\v\x85\p{Z}" (now compatible with Perl).
    • \v - Match vertical whitespace character "[\x{0a}\x{0b}\x{0c}\x{0d}\x{85}\x{2028}\x{2029}]".
    • \V - Match non vertical whitespace character [^"\x{0a}\x{0b}\x{0c}\x{0d}\x{85}\x{2028}\x{2029}]".
    • \w - Match word character. Now supports user specified word characters.
    • \W - Match non word character. Now supports user specified word characters.
    • \z - Match end of file/string.
    • \Z - Match end of file/string and last newline sequence.
    • X*+ - Maximal match of zero or more occurrences. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back). It can be used to prevent the subexpression X from backtracking when using maximal (greedy) matching.
    • X++ - Maximal match of one or more occurrences. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back). It can be used to prevent the subexpression X from backtracking when using maximal (greedy) matching.
    • X{n1}+ - Match exactly n1 occurrences of X. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back).
    • X{n1,}+ - Maximal match of at least n1 occurrences of X. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back).
    • X{n1,n2}+ - Maximal match of at least n1 occurrences but not more than n2 occurrences of X. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back).
    • [[:posix-character-class:]] - See on-line help.
    • (?:X) - Match X but don't tag expression (Same as (X)).
    • (?#comment) - Comment. No text is matched in this expression; it is used for comment and documentation only.
    • (?<name>X),(?'name'X),(?{name}X),(?P<name>X) - Matches subexpression X and specifies a tagged expression identified by name. name may be a non-numeric tagged expression name or a numeric index.
    • (?OptionLetters:X), (?OptionLetters-OptionLetters:X) - Matches subexpression X using the options specified by OptionLetters. Option letters after the minus ('-') are turned off (or flipped). For example, (?-i:X) sets case sensitive matching. See on-line help for documentation on option letters. The form (?^OptionLetters:X) is only partially supported since the d option letter is not supported (see Perl documentation).
    • (?|X) - Matches subexpression X and restores tagged expression numbering for each or branch ('|'). For example, the tagged expressions inside the or branch expression (?|(if)|(while)) will both have the number 1.
    • (?<=X) - Assert, positive look behind. Matches subexpression X before the current position, but X is not returned as part of the match. For example, to match words starting with "ed" while excluding "ed" as part of the match, use (?<=\bed)[a-z]+\b. Variable length look behing is supported. For example, to match words that start with "a" or "ed" while excluding "a" or "ed" as part of the match, use (?<=\b(a|ed)[a-z]+\b.
    • (?(condition)yes-pattern|no-pattern),(?(condition)yes-pattern) - See on-line help.
  • SlickEdit Regular Expressions Enhancements
    • No limit on the number of tagged expressions and named tagged expressions are supported. Previous limit was 10.
    • Look behind operators support variable length look behind. As far as we know, there is no other regular expression engine which supports this (not even Perl). For example, to match words that start with "a" or "ed" while excluding "a" or "ed" as part of the match, use (#<=\b(a|ed))[a-z]#\b.
    • Due to variable length look behind support, searching in reverse is more accurate. Consider the regular expression (abc)#. Now this will match the longest string of abc's in reverse. Searching in reverse for a floating point number [0-9]+([Ee][0-9]#|) now works much better in reverse also.
    • (#[extended-charset-expression]) - Supports advanced set expressions. For example, (#[ [ab] & [ac] ]) matches [a]. See on-line help for more information.
    • \a - Matches 0x07.
    • \A - Match beginning of file (or beginning of string).
    • \d - Match digit "[\\p{Nd}]".
    • \D - Match non digit character "[\\P{Nd}]".
    • \e - Match escape character 0x1b.
    • \h - Match horizontal white space character "[\t\x{20}\x{a0}\x{1680}\x{180e}\x{2000}\x{2001}\x{2002}\x{2003}\x{2004}\x{2005}\x{2006}\x{2007}\x{2008}\x{2009}\x{200a}\x{202f}\x{205f}\x{3000}\]".
    • \H - Match non horizontal white space character "[^\t\x{20}\x{a0}\x{1680}\x{180e}\x{2000}\x{2001}\x{2002}\x{2003}\x{2004}\x{2005}\x{2006}\x{2007}\x{2008}\x{2009}\x{200a}\x{202f}\x{205f}\x{3000}]".
    • \k<name>,\k'name',\k{name} - Specify tagged expression by name or index.
    • \g<name>,\g'name',\g{name} - Specify tagged expression by name or index.
    • \gddd - Match tagged expression specified by an number of decimal digits.
    • \k{-relcount} - Specify tagged expression by relative count before the current tagged expression.
    • \g{-relcount} - Match tagged expression by relative count before the current tagged expression.
    • \g-relcount - Match tagged expression by relative count before the current tagged expression.
    • \N{U+hhhh} - Match unicode character by hexadecimal code.
    • \N{unicodeCharacterName} - Match unicode character by name. A complete list of character names is available on-line from the Unicode Consortium, http://www.unicode.org/charts/charindex.html.
    • \o< - Match beginning of word.
    • \o> - Match end of word.
    • \o#{digits} - Match decimal character (same as \digits).
    • \o{octal} - Match octal character.
    • \oz Place cursor (same as \c).
    • \p{UnicodePropertName}, \P{UnicodePropertName} - Enhanced to support all the properties supported by a Perl script regex (1000's). See Perl documention page http://perldoc.perl.org/perluniprops.html lists all supported properties.
    • \R - Match new-line sequence (same as \n).
    • \s - Match space characters "\f\n\r\t\v\x85\p{Z}".
    • \S - Match non space characters "\f\n\r\t\v\x85\p{Z}".
    • \v - Match vertical whitespace character "[\x{0a}\x{0b}\x{0c}\x{0d}\x{85}\x{2028}\x{2029}]".
    • \V - Match non vertical whitespace character [^"\x{0a}\x{0b}\x{0c}\x{0d}\x{85}\x{2028}\x{2029}]".
    • \w - Match word character.
    • \W - Match non word character.
    • \z - Match end of file/string.
    • \Z - Match end of file/string and last newline sequence.
    • X@+ - Maximal match of zero or more occurrences. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back). It can be used to prevent the subexpression X from backtracking when using maximal (greedy) matching.
    • X#+ - Maximal match of one or more occurrences. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back). It can be used to prevent the subexpression X from backtracking when using maximal (greedy) matching.
    • X:+n1 - Match exactly n1 occurrences of X. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back).
    • X:+n1, - Maximal match of at least n1 occurrences of X. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back).
    • X:+n1,n2 - Maximal match of at least n1 occurrences but not more than n2 occurrences of X. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back).
    • [[:posix-character-class:]] - See on-line help.
    • (#<name>X),(#'name'X),(#{name}X),(#P<name>X) - Matches subexpression X and specifies a tagged expression identified by name. name may be a non-numeric tagged expression name or a numeric index.
    • (#:X) - Match X but don't tag expression (Same as (X)).
    • (##comment) - Comment. No text is matched in this expression; it is used for comment and documentation only.
    • (#!X) - Search fails if expression X is matched. The expression "^(#!if)" matches the beginning of all lines that do not start with "if"
    • (#=X) - Assert, positive look ahead. Searches for subexpression X, but X is not returned as part of the match.
    • (#<=X) - Assert, positive look behind. Matches subexpression X before the current position, but X is not returned as part of the match. For example, to match words starting with "ed" while excluding "ed" as part of the match, use (#<=\bed)[a-z]+\b. Variable length look behing is supported. For example, to match words that start with "a" or "ed" while excluding "a" or "ed" as part of the match, use (#<=\b(a|ed)[a-z]+\b.
    • (#<!X) - Assert, negative look behind. Matches "not" subexpression X before the current position, but X is not returned as part of the match. For example, to match occurrences of "bar" not preceeded by "foo", use (#<!foo)bar. Variable length look behing is supported. For example, to match occurrences of "bar" not preceeded by "a" or "foo", use (#<!(a|foo))bar.
    • (#>X) - Matches expression X. Prohibit backtracking (give nothing back). It can be used to prevent the subexpression X from backtracking when using maximal (greedy) matching.
    • (#|X) - Matches subexpression X and restores tagged expression numbering for each or branch ('|'). For example, the tagged expressions inside the or branch expression (#|(if)|(while)) will both have the number 0.
    • (#(condition)yes-pattern|no-pattern),(#(condition)yes-pattern) - See on-line help.
    • (#OptionLetters:X), (#OptionLetters-OptionLetters:X) - Matches subexpression X using the options specified by OptionLetters. Option letters after the minus ('-') are turned off (or flipped). For example, (#-i:X) sets case sensitive matching. See on-line help for documentation on option letters. The form (#^OptionLetters:X) is only partially supported since the d option letter is not supported (see Perl documentation).
  • Not all fixes have been listed.


SlickEdit 2014

Fixes, Features, and Enhancements in SlickEdit 2014 (19.0.2)

  • Added project type for SystemVerilog.
  • Fix for Slick-C stack/transfer config bug where could not transfer config at start up from some slickedit releases older than v17 if it had the def_filetouch_checking macro variable in a .e file. For example, could not transfer the config from v14 to v19 at start up.
  • Fixes and performance improvments for long line support. You should be able to edit files with lines over 1 gigabyte now. When necessary, long lines are split into chunks (4k by default).
  • Fixed C# beautify while typing bug where the indent is wrong for declarations with attributes.
  • Fixed VIM emulation bug where closing a buffer with Files tool window would not close the buffer.
  • Fixed C# beautify while typing bug where the indent is wrong for declarations with attributes.
  • Added "Look in zip/word/excel files" check box to Find in Files Tab of Find and Replace tool window. Multi-file find now supports searching word and excel files. See on-line help for details.
  • Fix bug that gave Slick-C stack if you used "Add as Wildcard" from the Add Tree dialog.
  • Fix bug where using the Add Tree dialog with a path with spaces wouldn't work.
  • Fix where-is command Slick-C stack when run when there were no edit windows.
  • Changed :bnext and :bprevious VIM EX commands to do next/prev buffer by default in one file per window mode. Added new def_vi_bnext which can be 'b', 'w', or 't' which corresponds to buffer, window, or tab (next_buffer, next_window, next_buff_tab). This def var is only supposed when in one file per window mode.
  • Fixed bug where using the document tab context menu item "Add to project" didn't work if the filename contains spaces.
  • Fixed problem in Perl parsing/color coding that would mistake a dictionary key called 'format' with a format statement, and drop in a spurious embedded section.
  • Fix for not being able to save customized project templates.
  • Fix for one place in VIM emulation where command mode keys could be grouped together into a single undo block.
  • Fixed stack that could occur when typing in an enum in Java mode.
  • Fix bug where a feature, like Go To Reference or Find, activates a tool-window to show results (e.g. References, Search Results), but restores all tabs in the tabgroup. This made it cumbersome because you had to Hide each tool-window to dismiss the tabgroup showing the results. Note that activating a tool-window via command, like activate_references or activate_search, will continue to restore the entire tabgroup.
  • Fixed bug where tab settings were not correctly set for buffers with XML or HTML based languages.
  • Fixed bug where showing tag Preview or References tool-window could change active editor window's tab settings.
  • Fixed 'o' command in VIM emulation so the cursor is put in the column calculated by SmartIndent if SmartIndent is enabled.
  • Make sure we use the current window when adding a new annotation and correct some spacing issues on the New Annotation form.
  • Make sure to save option for mapping extensionless files.
  • Fix for Slick-C stack if you pressed an unbound key in diff mode.
  • Fix for CVS GUI Update giving incorrect output.
  • Fix issue that can keep Perforce support from working depending on shell.
  • Fix bug in C++ context tagging when a template class is specifically imported.
  • Fixes for exclusions working properly for Tag Files dialog, Project Properties, and else where.
  • Fix for isdirectory() handling smb:// properly on Ubuntu. Fix for VIM appending to macro recording with 'q'.
  • Fix color coding for C-style hex integer literals in Perl.
  • Add code to make sure that the current configuration is passed along to vsbuild when doing a build-first operation, such as prior to starting a debugging run on a GNU project.
  • Fix bug where C/C++ preprocessing dialog would lose track of imported defines.
  • Fix import of language aliases.
  • Fix bug in calculation of applicable tag files for files that do not have any support for tagging operations. As a side-effect, this also fixes a the behavior of the Find Symbol tool window for such files.
  • Fix macro recording issue with Replace and List replaced matches option.
  • Fix bug handling C++ namespace aliases in context tagging.
  • Fix bug in re-toggle command that would prevent toggling with Perl or Wildcard regex syntax.
  • Fix symbol coloring bug where we did not handle local variable scoping correctly and another bug where we incorrectly matched a class function definition as a Global Function.
  • Fixed bug where a few help items with '::' in them didn't work due to parsing.
  • Fix bug parsing Perl expression with left shift operator following a hexidecimal number (was being interpreted as a here document).
  • Fix for v19.x bug where completion on UNC path could cause crash if you had a very large number of UNC names (more that 16k of data).
  • Fix bug that gave Slick-C stack if you tried to check out from Browse Repository dialog.
  • Fix Update Doc Comment so that it can correctly generate a documentation comment using the user-specified style
  • Fix background color for parenthesis matching color on current line if not configured to inherit colors.
  • Fix for 19.x crash bug which could occur when deleting selected text at the end of a file.
  • Fix for SystemVerilog parsing of automatic keyword in task definition.
  • Fix for C/C++ parsing of static member variable pointer to function or pointer to array
  • Not all fixes have been listed.

Fixes, Features, and Enhancements in SlickEdit 2014 (19.0.1)

  • Added some support for GVFS samba file specs (i.e. smb://server/share/...).
    • The most convenient feature is the ability to drag drop GVFS samba file specs from the Ubuntu file explorer.
    • The "e" and "edit" commands fully support GVFS samba file specs.
    • The "list" and "dir" file manager commands fully support GVFS samba file specs.
    • Multi-file search supports GVFS samba file specs.
    • Multi-file diff supports GVFS samba file specs.
    • Projects don't support GVFS samba file specs. Projects can never fully support GVFS samba file specs because compiler tools will likely never support GVFS samba file specs.
    • Open tool window only supports opening GVFS samba file specs. Change directory trips up the open tool window badly. This will be improved in a later release.
    • Open dialog doesn't support GVFS samba file specs.
  • Added proc-search for m4 language and improved color coding.
  • Command+X/C/V are now supported in dialogs on Mac when in an emulation that does not have these standard bindings.
  • Fix for handling a default code page of UTF-8 on Unix and Mac so that files can be listed in the Open tool window and elsewhere.
  • Fix for color coding triple quoted strings in Python.
  • Fix for opening Visual Studio solutions on Unix or Mac.
  • Fix for duplicate buffers on Windows and Mac.
  • Fix for new ant-like include and exclude file matching on Mac. Needed to be case insensitive.
  • Fix for correctly restoring tool windows in their previous floating position.
  • Fixed hotkeys ambiguity in Search menu so 'R' is the key for 'Replace' again.
  • Added fix to dismiss Dynamic Surround on loss of focus.
  • Fix Slick-C stack in list-tags when the symbol name contains a minus sign.
  • Fix autorestore case where we open a pre-v19 workspace from invocation command line and need to reset the layout.
  • Allow Symbols tool window to show duplicate class names and interface names. Tweak Symbols tool window go to definition to prompt if there are multiple matches.
  • Fixed javadoc editor problems with duplicating parameters and <p> tags.
  • Fix column headers when list-tags command is invoked on a file with member functions.
  • Added combo-box to list-tags dialog to make searching easier.
  • Fix when applying layout to new floating document group with auto-hide tabs. Auto-hide tabs were in wrong order.
  • Fix Slick-C stack when Open URL fails.
  • Fix various problems with using toggle-* commands to toggle ON/OFF tool-windows. For example, toggle-refs would sometimes not find an auto-hide window that was lowered, and instead create a new instance of the Refs window.
  • Fix various problems with the XML outline view in the Defs tool window.
  • Fix timing sensitive Slick-C stack in Class tool window.
  • Fix display of encoding on File Extension Manager.
  • Fix diff columns.
  • Add option to disable the edit command from trying to complete filenames of files in the same directory as the current file.
  • Fix alias expansions for empty/void function parameters/return types.
  • Fix for "Could not import DateTimeFilters" from network share configuration path.
  • Fix so that Ctrl+Tab and Ctrl+Shift+Tab switches tabs in the Files tool window.
  • Fix so initializing the text box and the active tab of the Find tool window when it is docked.
  • Fix for listing all supported encodings in the Save As dialog.
  • Fixes for opening and saving files as EBCDIC.
  • Fix for hang when setting default browser.
  • Fix syntax expansion removing a blank line.
  • Fix for brace style 3 bug where left brace would not be moved to the correct column.
  • Fix for bug where, in certain combination of circumstances, you end up with a floating group with an auto-hide tabgroup that could not be re-pinned.
  • Fix for crash when starting up SlickEdit with an XML file with a validation error (due to auto-restore).
  • Fix for infinite loop parsing Object-C @property in class definition.
  • Fix for opening XCode projects with GUIDs that are all digits.
  • Fix for crash when unable to parse objects for XCode project.
  • Some fixes for parsing Fontran.
  • VIM emulation fix double click to select word.
  • VIM emulation fix for "y i w", "y i W", "y i s", and "y i p".
  • Not all fixes have been listed.

Original Release Notes for SlickEdit 2014 (19.0.0)

  • New Tool Window Architecture
    • Supports docking tool windows to floating window groups
    • Named layouts for floating window groups. Easily switch between tool window layouts.
    • When drag/drop Document tab to create floating window group, can automatically apply layout which docks tool windows
    • Use title bar to drag/drop tool windows on Unix and Mac platforms just like Windows
    • Docking guides when drag/drop tool windows so you can easily choose where you want your tool window
    • Easily choose whether a tool window docked on left, bottom, right, or top spans the entire side
  • New Beautifiers
    • HTML is now supported in the new beautifier framework as well as common embedded languages including PHP, JavaScript, and VBScript.
    • XML is now supported in the new beautifier framework.
  • Language Support
    • Added project type, JavaDoc support, and debugging for Google Go.
    • Improved Python tagdocs so Context Tagging(TM) for run-times works much better.
    • Improved Python smart indenting for function parameter lists. Now supports pep 8 which is has some good python style guide lines.
    • Added JavaDoc support for C++ 11 auto keyword when used in as return type.
    • Improved tagging for Fortran.
    • Improved tagging for PL/SQL, SQL Server, and DB2.
    • Added "Look in" option to References tool window in order to restrict references to the current workspace, current project, or current file.
    • Added timer for expanding the References tool window so that it can report its status as it's working. Also, it's easier to interrupt it.
    • Added support for per-workspace C/C++ preprocessing configuration.
    • Added "Import" button to C/C++ preprocessing dialog to pull in multiple defines at once from a header file.
    • Added tagging for C/C++ #undef statements
    • Next-tag and Prev-tag commands now support XML outline view
    • Improved completion for empty XML tags such as <tag/>
    • Improved tagging and completion for C++11 and STL classes
    • Improved filtering of import statements and symbols from class files for Java symbol navigation so you are not prompted to jump to locations you would generally not want to go to.
    • Improved local variable tagging for Perl
    • Added option to Find Symbol tool window to search in all open files.
    • Added option for Go to definition to prefer symbols in the current project over other matches, and to sort symbols in the Select Symbol list by project/directory/workspace/other priority, such that the symbol most likely to be the one the user wants to navigate to will be near the top of the list.
    • Fix bug in C/C++ preprocessing where it did not correctly expand parameterized macros.
  • Project Support
    • Support for Visual Studio 2013 for C++, C#, C# Device, VB Device, F#, J#
    • Support for Visual Studio 2012 and 2013 Express for C++, C#, VB, F#
    • Added an option so that a workspace can specify an alternate location where the workspace tag file, project tag files, auto-updated tag files, and the workspace history file should be placed. This makes it possible for users to specify a high-performance drive to place tag files on and also makes it possible to use an environment variable to specify a per-user location (such as $HOME or $SLICKEDITCONFIG) for workspace tag files to be placed.
    • Added a project option to specify that the project should have a per-project tag file or not be tagged at all.
    • Cleaned up Tools > Tag Files dialog and made it handle workspace auto-updated tag files better.
  • Multiple Cursors and Selections
    • To add a cursor, use Ctrl+LButtonDown. To add a selection, use Ctrl+LButtonDown and drag the mouse. Ctrl+DoubleClick will also add a selection. Use Shift+RButtonDown and drag to create multiple character (stream) selections.
    • Use Shift+RButtonDown and drag to create multiple character selections
    • If you make a mistake (really easy to do) while adding a cursor/selection, use undo to remove it!
    • Most cursor movement commands (i.e. cursor left, cursor right, next word, prev word) will operate on all cursors/selections.
    • Most selection operation commands (i.e. upcase-selection, lowcase-selection, fill-selection) operate on all cursors/selections. Search and replace commands don't support searching within multiple selections and will only operate on the active selection.
    • Simple typing operations are supported by multiple cursors and selections. Syntax expansion, alias expansion, and basic word complete commands are supported (complete-next, complete-prev, and complete-more). Context tagging completions are not yet supported.
    • In VIM emulation, almost all insert mode, command mode, and visual mode commands are supported. The VIM ex command line commands do not support multiple cursors/selections.
    • Esc in all emulations removes the multiple cursors/selections. Press undo if you accidentally remove them and want to bring them back.
    • When you paste into a file with the same number of cursors as the clipboard, SlickEdit will paste segments of the clipboard at each cursor location.
    • By default, when there is a selection and you type one of the characters " ' ` ( ) [ ] { }, the selection is surrounded by quotes, parens, brackets, or braces. This is very handy when used in conjunction with multiple selections for say quoting a list of words selected using Shift+RButtonDown.
  • Diff Enhancements
    • Source Diff now has greater accuracy.
    • Diff can now operate on a column range. This feature is primarily for mainframe languages. Specify columns in your Language>Settings.
    • Multi-file Diff now has faster file matching. Excluded directories are skipped before being traversed.
    • Multi-file Diff now supports an option to only diff filenames and not the contents of the files. This is very useful for diffing directories of binaries (objects or pictures) where you don't care about the contents.
    • Multi-file Diff now supports a file list file that has relative filenames to the paths specified.
    • vsdiff now supports a -filelist option for specifying a file list
    • vsdiff now supports multiple wild cards and exclusion specs(-wc file1 file2, -x dir1/ dir2/)
    • vsdiff now supports several options to manipulate which files will be shown in multi-file diff.
      • -showdifferent Show different files
      • -hidedifferent Hide different files
      • -showmatching Show matching files
      • -hidematching Hide matching files
      • -shownotinpath1 Show files missing from path 1
      • -hidenotinpath1 Hide files missing from path 1
      • -shownotinpath2 Show files missing from path 2
      • -hidenotinpath2 Hide files missing from path 2
      • -showviewed Show files already viewed in diff
      • -hideviewed Hide files already viewed in diff
  • Version Control Enhancements
    • Shelving. Allows you to quickly save away modifications to a set of files that can be reverted, and restore the modifications at a later date. It is designed for when an interruption like a bug fix requires you to put aside a feature you are working on. Shelves are zip files that store the base version of the specified files as well as the modified versions. Currently Shelving supports Perforce, SVN, Git, Mercurial, and CVS.
  • New Backup History Browser dialog
    • Allows you to restore files you've previously saved that have been deleted.
    • Gives you an easy way to view what files you've modified and saved recently. This is very useful if you want to back out some changes you've made and need to know what files you've been modifying.
  • Backup History Dialog Enhancements
    • Much easier to diff previously saved versions of your file with the current file version.
    • All features of the Backup History tool window are present in the Backup History dialog (Save As, Open, Comment).
  • Word Wrap Enhancements
    • Typing, backspace, and Del keys all do very full word wrap (all but justification options)
    • New Automatic Left Margin feature. Left margin determined based on first non blank character in the line. Then you only need to define a right margin or fixed width right margin (another new feature).
    • For command line aficionados, turn on "Automatic Left Margin" and set the right margin a command like "ma 74". A command like "ma 74w" will turn on Automatic Left Margin and set the fixed width right margin to 74
  • File Listing Enhancements
    • Many of SlickEdit's dialogs now support Ant-like file pattern matching including multi-file searching, multi-file diff, and adding files to the project. Exclude paths may now contain wildcards. For example, "*backup*/" or "dir1/a*/**/backup/*.cpp".
    • Use Ant-like file pattern to open files recursively (ex. "vs **/*.html" or "e **/*.cpp" or "**/a*/*.cpp").
    • Many of SlickEdit's dialogs now support recursing .zip or .jar files like they are a folder. Simply append a trailing file separator (myfile.zip/) in order for SlickEdit to treat the file as a directory. This is very handy when multi-file searching or using multi-file diff.
    • The "list" and "dir" commands now supports ant-like file pattern matching and now supports excludes (ex. "list <path> -wc *.cpp *.h -exclude backup\ junk*.cpp").
    • Completion does not yet support ant-like file match (no completion for "e **/*.cpp")
    • Completion support for UNC names on Windows (i.e \\name)
  • VIM Fixes and Enhancements
    • Added support for :help. Currently supports EX commands and range specifiers. For example, ":help :s" will display help on the :substitute EX command. Help with no parameters displays start of VIM emulation keys section which provides a link to a list of the supported EX commands.
    • Added 'l' (last) support to vi search and replace prompting. Also, changed ESC to cancel the replace.
    • :quit command changed to more closely emulate VIM and close additional window tiles when using "Multiple files share window". Note that "One file per window" is the new default but you can change that setting.
    • Added support for :redo, :close, :buffer, :sbuffers, :bnext, :bprevious, :bdelete, :sbuffer, :registers, and :normal ex commands.
    • Added Ctrl+R redo binding for command mode and visual mode. Note that Ctrl+Y is redo in insert mode and Ctrl+R displays the replace dialog.
    • Added support for recording and running keyboard macros with q and @. You might want to turn on Auto Restore for clipboards since VIM registers are stored as clipboards.
    • Added support for recording keys pressed while on the SlickEdit command line. For example, you can use '/' in a keyboard macro to search for a string.
    • Visual mode actions are recorded and can be played back with '.'. Note that gvim does not record key strokes like SlickEdit does. For example, "viwU" upper cases the current word. In gvim, when played back with '.', this will upper case a fixed number of characters starting from the cursor location which may not be the beginning of the word. In SlickEdit, when played back with '.', this will upper case the current word starting from the beginning of the word.
    • Shift+i ('I') in Visual mode now works like gvim.
    • When on command line, Ctrl+V will paste as long as the default keys (insert mode keys) have Ctrl+V bound to the paste command. SlickEdit's older VIM emulation was based on SlickEdit emulation and not CUA emulation. If you import you key bindings to the latest version, you will need to use Ctrl+Y or Shift+Ins to paste unless you rebind your keys.
    • Various delete, copy, and paste commands use more emulation accurate registers (unnamed, "1, or "0) for more accurate VIM emulation.
    • The "p" command now suppors the system clipboard. You may use "p" to paste a system clipboard or an internal clipboard when no named register is specified.
    • The "+" register (clipboard name) specifies the system clipboard. For SlickEdit, this is the same as not specifying a register (clipboard name).
    • If text is selected by any means, you are placed in Visual mode. If no text is selected and the current file is in Visual mode, you are placed in Command mode. If no text is selected and the current file is in Visual mode, you are placed in Command mode.
    • Using the EX command line when in Visual mode now allows you to edit the default address range (":'<,'>") and change it. For example, you can change it to ":'<+1,'>-1" to operate on the lines inside the selection.
    • The default regular expression syntax has been changed to Perl. This is expected by VIM users since it's used by the "/" and "?" commands.
    • Added support for complete-prev, complete-next, complete-more to keyboard macro recording. '.' command will work if you use these commands while in insert mode.
    • Added support for auto-complete to keyboard macro recording. '.' command will work if you choose an item from an auto-complete list.
    • "p" command fixed to support count. For example, "2p" will paste two copies of the clipboard.
    • :put command changed to emulate VIM more closely by inserting lines after the current line. Automatic code reindenting, SmartPaste(TM) and beautifying is supported. :put command now support insert text with :put =\"text\", :put ="text", an mathematical expression like :put =0x42+25, and :put _ to insert a blank line.
    • Using ESC when on the SlickEdit command line will switch the cursor to the edit area
  • Debugging
    • Updated GDB to version 7.8 on Windows
    • Enhanced support for step into to take advantage of new GDB features
    • Improved responsiveness when trying to set a breakpoint in running code
    • Cleaned some debugger tool window initialization problems
    • Fixed bug launching when executable is relative to working directory
    • Improved single-stepping performance with GDB
    • When stepping out of a function with GDB, add return value to Autos
  • General
    • Added language names to "File types" combo box of Find and Replace tool window and added "..." button on right to edit list.
    • Added options to turn off special character display of tab and space so background color can be more easily used.
    • Added option to only expand tabs to spaces for modified lines.
    • Optional single-click to set new directory in Open tool window.
    • Horizontal orientation for Backup History tool window.
    • Added ability to embed an alias with an alias using %\h alias_name%.
    • Proportional font display performance enhanced. Twice as fast for long lines.
    • Fix for Slick-C timer stack at startup.
    • Fixes for marker handling that could cause trailing whitespace when "beautify while typing" is enabled.
    • Fix for hotspot markers potentially being moved to the wrong place when beautifying on windows.
    • Improved Appearance Font dialog.
    • Improved Associate File Types dialog.
    • Added ant-like matching capabilities and -wc f1 f2 and -exclude f1 f2 options to list and dir filemanager commands
    • Added Del key support to Update Directory version control dialog to allow you to deleting a file on disk that is not in version control like a temp file.
    • Changed double click in Update Directory version control dialog to only diff the current file instead of all selected files

Copyright & Licenses

This section lists the copyrights and licenses for third-party tools used in portions of SlickEdit.


Use of Bitstream Vera Fonts

SlickEdit includes Bitstream Vera fonts. The use of these fonts is offered under the following terms and conditions:

Copyright (c) 2003 by Bitstream, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Bitstream Vera is a trademark of Bitstream, Inc.

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of the fonts accompanying this license ("Fonts") and associated documentation files (the "Font Software"), to reproduce and distribute the Font Software, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, merge, publish, distribute, and/or sell copies of the Font Software, and to permit persons to whom the Font Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

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Use of LLDB

For the convenience of our customers, the LLDB debugger library is included with the installation of SlickEdit.

The LLDB Debugger is part of the LLVM compiler infrastructure and has the following copyright:

University of Illinois/NCSA
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Use of GDB

For the convenience of our customers, the GNU Project debugger (GDB) binaries are included with the installation of SlickEdit.

The GNU Debugger has the following copyright:

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Use of the GNU Debugger is subject to the GNU Public License. Please see the gdb tar file for details of the GNU Public License and copyright information.

SlickEdit incldues a modified version of GDB 7.1 (modified in 2010). In keeping with the GNU Public License, the source code for the version of GDB included with this installation is available from the SlickEdit Web site at www.slickedit.com/gdb. Additional information is available at http://www.gnu.org/software/gdb/gdb.html.


Use of JavaScript Offline Search

JavaScript Offline Search is used to generate the HTML search web help. It is a GNU package and is available from SourceForge under the GNU General Public License, Version 3 or later:

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option) any later version.

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In keeping with the GNU Public License, the source code for the version of JavaScript Offline Search included with this installation is available from SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/jsofflinesearch/.


Use of the Komodo IDE Perl Remote Debugging Component.

The Komodo IDE Perl Remote Debugging Component is covered by the Perl Artistic License:

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Use of OpenSSL


This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project
for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)"

====================================================================
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HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
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====================================================================

This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young
(eay@cryptsoft.com).  This product includes software written by Tim
Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).



Original SSLeay License
-----------------------

Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
All rights reserved.

This package is an SSL implementation written
by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.

This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as
the following conditions are aheared to.  The following conditions
apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA,
lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code.  The SSL documentation
included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms
except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).

Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in
the code are not to be removed.
If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution
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This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or
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Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
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   The word 'cryptographic' can be left out if the rouines from the library
   being used are not cryptographic related :-).
4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from 
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   "This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)"

THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG ``AS IS'' AND
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Use of PHP Documentation

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Use of Xdebug

The use of Xdebug is covered by the Xdebug License:

The Xdebug License, version 1.01

(Based on "The PHP License", version 3.0)

Copyright (c) 2002 - 2007 Derick Rethans. All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, is permitted provided that the following conditions are met:

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  5. Derick Rethans may publish revised and/or new versions of the license from time to time. Each version will be given a distinguishing version number. Once covered code has been published under a particular version of the license, you may always continue to use it under the terms of that version. You may also choose to use such covered code under the terms of any subsequent version of the license published by Derick Rethans. No one other than Derick Rethans has the right to modify the terms applicable to covered code created under this License.
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Use of Xerces

This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/), specifically the Xerces XML parser. The software is made available according to the following license:

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Copyright (c) 1999-2000 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved.

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Alternately, this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and wherever such third-party acknowledgments normally appear.

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Use of the XPM Format

XPM is a format used to store and retrieve X pixmaps. It is governed by the following license:

Copyright (C) 1989-95 GROUPE BULL Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

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Except as contained in this notice, the name of GROUPE BULL shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or other dealings in this Software without prior written authorization from GROUPE BULL.


Use of zlib

zlib.h -- interface of the 'zlib' general purpose compression library version 1.2.5, April 19th, 2010

Copyright (C) 1995-2010 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler

This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from the use of this software.

Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose, including commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute it freely, subject to the following restrictions:

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  3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any source distribution.

Jean-loup Gailly
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To download zlib or for more information visit http://www.zlib.net/.


Use of Qt

The Qt GUI Toolkit library version 4.8.7 (SlickEdit is linking dynamically to the unmodified Qt library). The Qt assistant help tool version 4.8.7.

The Qt GUI Toolkit and Qt assistant are Copyright (C) 2011 Nokia Corporation and/or its subsidiary(-ies).
Contact: Nokia Corporation (qt-info@nokia.com)

Qt is available under the LGPL version 2.1 ( GNU Lesser General Public License version 2.1).
To download Qt or for more information visit http://qt.nokia.com/.


Use of Groovy API

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