Bare Bones Software
is running a “Not-at-the-Show” special (the “show” being Macworld New York) offer on BBEdit 6.1, the company’s HTML and text editor, available only direct from Bare Bones Software this week.
Although Bare Bones Software isn’t exhibiting at Macworld New York, they’re offering a special deal on new purchases of BBEdit 6.1. From July 17-20, you can purchase BBEdit for US$79 (plus shipping) and get one of the company’s “It Doesn’t Suck” T-shirts for free. Registered owners of BBEdit version 2.5 and later can upgrade to BBEdit 6.1 for $39 (plus shipping) and will also receive a free T-shirt during this offer.
BBEdit 6.1 includes markup tools via contextual menus, developer-extensible syntax coloring support for PHP3, XHTML, and XML and syntax checking for HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0 and WML 1.1. Other additions include support for files containing multi-byte characters, enhanced search capabilities and support for Keychain technologies.
With the release of version 6.0 earlier this years, BBEdit users were able to read, write and edit files containing multi-byte characters, including Unicode text files. Rich Siegel, President and CEO of Bare Bones Software said, “we’ve worked hard to implement this functionality, and we’re extremely pleased with the results. BBEdit is by far the most powerful tool available today for working with any kind of text.”
To take advantage of the “Not-at-the-Show” special pricing, use the
online order form.