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Sublime Text 3.2.3200

By Sublime HQ Pty Ltd  (Commercial Trial)
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Title: Sublime Text 3.2.3200 for PC Windows
Filename: Sublime Text Build 3200 Setup.exe
File size: 9.83MB (10,302,686 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Commercial Trial
Date added: March 14, 2019
Author: Sublime HQ Pty Ltd
www.sublimetext.com
MD5 Checksum: CAF9DF04D52949048796F9B261571F64

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
MISCELLANEOUS
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