BBEdit 10 is out

Bare Bones Software just announced the release of BBEdit 10:

The highlights:

  1. New pricing ($49.99, with a special introductory price of $39.99 for new licenses until October 20, 2011);
  2. Project and document window changes;
  3. Preferences and setup improvements (Bare Bones: The Preferences window has been completely rewritten and reimagined. Many obsolete preferences, as well as settings never used in daily operation, have been removed from the GUI in the interests of reducing complexity. Thanks for that, guys);
  4. Reinvented and enhanced HTML markup tools;
  5. Dropbox support (this is really great, at least for how I use BBEdit across my Macs);
  6. Switchable syntax coloring schemes (this will make coders happy);
  7. Packages (quote: A Package is a collection of the sort of things you’d place into ~/Library/Application Support/BBEdit/ to extend BBEdit, such as clippings, scripts, language modules, and text filters; but makes it easier to install such items when they are all related to a single type of task, rather than having to manually install and manage items spread out between different folders.);
  8. Search, replace, and edit in Zip archives (oh yes!).

In a nutshell: You really don’t have any excuses not to purchase it now.

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