Sublime Text 3.2 Build 3200

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Sublime Text 3.2 Build 3200 changelog:

New: Git Integration

  • Files and folders in the sidebar will now display badges to indicate Git status
  • Ignored files and folders are visually de-emphasized
  • The current Git branch and number of modifications is displayed in the status bar
  • Commands have been added to open a repository, see file or folder history, or blame a file in Sublime Merge
  • Themes may customize the display of sidebar badges and status bar information
  • The setting show_git_status allows disabling Git integration
  • All file reads are done through a custom, high-performance Git library written for Sublime Merge
  • Read the documentation

New: Incremental Diff

  • All changes to a document are now represented by dedicated markers in the gutter
  • Diff markers show added, modified and deleted lines
  • The setting mini_diff controls incremental diff behavior
  • In coordination with the new Git functionality, diffs can be calculated against HEAD or the index
  • The git_diff_target setting controls base document source
  • API methods View.set_reference_document() and View.reset_reference_document() allow controlling the diff
  • The following diff-related commands were added:
  • Next Modification
  • Previous Modification
  • Revert Modification
  • Full inline diffs of each change can be displayed via the right-click context menu, or keyboard shortcuts
  • Inline diff presentation can be changed by customizing a color scheme
  • Read the documentation

Editor Control

  • Added block_caret setting
  • Improve positioning and sizing of gutter icons in some situations
  • Fixed draw_minimap_border setting not working
  • Linux: Improved input method (IM) support - fcitx, ibus, etc
  • Linux: Fixed a crash when using GTK_IM_MODULE=xim
  • Linux: Tweaked behavior of up/down when on the first and last lines of a file to better match platform conventions
  • Windows: Improved IME support

Themes/UI

  • Enhanced the .sublime-theme format:
  • Added variables support and associated revised JSON format with variables key
  • Added extends keyword to have one theme derive from another
  • Colors may be specified via CSS syntax
  • Improved performance with large numbers of rules in a .sublime-theme
  • Linux: Moved to GTK3
  • Linux: Various high DPI fixes
  • Mac: Added Mojave support
  • Mac: Add full support for macOS native tabs
  • Mac: Ensure context menus are shown without scrolling
  • Mac: Error message dialogs can now be closed with the escape key
  • Mac: Improved window placement
  • Mac: Improved resize performance
  • Windows: Fixed minimized and maximized state not restoring
  • Windows: Fixed a bug where auto complete entries would contain an ellipsis when not required

Text Rendering

  • Support for Unicode 11.0
  • Improved rendering of combining characters
  • Fixed a caret positioning bug when non-trivial graphemes are present
  • Fixed some cases of incorrect glyph positions on Windows and Mac
  • Linux: Color glyphs are now drawn properly on light backgrounds
  • Windows: Fixed a rendering issue with certain combining characters
  • Windows: Fixed some fonts having an incorrect baseline

Color Schemes

  • Added block_caret key to use in conjunction with block carets
  • caret values now respect alpha as expected, rather than pre-blending against the background color
  • Added the foreground_adjust property to rules with a background. Accepts CSS color mod adjusters to manipulate the saturation, lightness or opacity of the foreground color.

Syntax Highlighting

Many syntax highlighting improvements, including significant improvements to:

  • Clojure, with thanks to Nelo Mitranim
  • D
  • Go, with thanks to Nelo Mitranim
  • Lua, with thanks to Thomas Smith
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when nesting embed patterns in .sublime-syntax files
  • Syntax Tests: Allow syntax test files to have a UTF-8 BOM

Files and Folders

  • Improve performance of file watching for ignored paths on Windows and Mac
  • Windows: Fixed Open File treating paths as case-sensitive
  • Windows: Properly unlock directories after contained files are closed

API

  • Added View.set_reference_document() and View.reset_reference_document() to control diff generation
  • Phantoms are now drawn correctly in conjunction with draw_centered
  • Various minor improvements related to plugin module loading and unloading
  • Added support for hwb() colors to minihtml
  • Added a custom min-contrast() adjuster for the CSS color mod function in minihtml
  • Mac: Fixed a plugin_host crash when running a process that itself crashes

Miscelanous

  • Fixed a Goto Symbol in Project performance regression
  • F21..F24 keys can now be bound
  • Assorted minor fixes and stability improvements
  • Linux: Improved behavior of --wait command line argument when Sublime Text isn't currently running

Download: Sublime Text 3.2 Build 3200 (32-bit) | Portable | ~14.0 MB (Shareware)
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