Expo: Bare Bones updates TextWrangler

Bare Bones Software released the latest version of TextWrangler, fixing several bugs while bringing other features and changes to the free text editor.

TextWrangler functions as a general purpose text editor, complete with additional editing features as well as multi-file search and replacement with option regular expression (“Grep”) pattern matching, function navigation and syntax coloring for multiple languages. The program can also work with FTP and SFTP servers and supports AppleScript and Unix scripting.

TextWrangler 2.3 introduces built-in support for the Lua programming language as well as improvements to the Disk Browser workflow. Other changes include a new Python language module, and refinements to FTP/SFTP and disk browser windows. Bare Bones has posted a full list of additions, changes, and fixes in TextWrangler 2.3 at its Web site.

The latest version requires OS X 10.4 or later.

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