Panic updates Coda Web development application

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Mac software developer Panic released an update for its Web development tool, Coda on Tuesday.

Coda 1.5 adds a variety of new features including Subversion, which allows users to check out code, make changes and check it back in. The update also allows you to find and replace across multiple local files.

Coda now has a customizable bookshelf built into the application, so you can add bookmarks to documentation Web sites to view later. According to Panic, the editor itself has also been overhauled, with greater support for mixed mode syntax coloring (such as Javascript embedded in HTML) and significant performance increases when using Leopard.

Coda is a free update for registered users. For new users it costs $99.

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