Monday, May 7, 2018

Announcing Leo 5.7.2

Leo 5.7.2, http://leoeditor.com, is now available on GitHub.
Leo is an IDE, outliner and PIM, as described here.
The highlights of Leo 5.7.2
  • Much improved support for Jupyter (.ipynb) files.
  • Fixed bugs that prevented switching between git branches easily.
  • Rewrote large parts of Leo's key-handling code.
  • New command-line arguments to trace Leo's code.
  • Removed about 20 unused settings.
  • The usual minor bug fixes.
Links

Monday, April 9, 2018

Leo 5.7.1 released

Leo 5.7.1, http://leoeditor.com, is now available on GitHub.

Leo is an IDE, outliner and PIM, as described here.

The highlights of Leo 5.7.1
  • Improved support for themes, including the open-theme-file command.
    • Added --theme= command-line option.
    • Added @string theme-name setting.
    • Leo warns if stylesheets contain undefined @-constants.
  • Replaced 5 vs-* commands by corresponding eval* commands.
  • Support @file x.md using html sentinels.
  • Allow @path in @ nodes, and optionally generate same in recursive imports.
  • Improved menus.
  • The usual minor bug fixes.
Links

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Leo 5.7 final released

Leo 5.7 final, http://leoeditor.com, is now available on SourceForge and on GitHub.

Leo is an IDE, outliner and PIM, as described here.
Simulating Leo's features in Vim, Emacs or Eclipse is possible, just as it is possible to simulate Python in C or assembly language...

The highlights of Leo 5.7
  • pip install leo.
  • A debian package for Leo.
  • A web-based Leo Viewer, written by Joe Orr.
  • Added diff-leo-files and diff-and-open-leo-files commands.
    These create outline-oriented diffs for .leo files.
  • New reload-settings command.
  • Leo optionally shows user tips on startup.
  • Added a new Tips page to Leo's documentation.
  • A visual widget for editing cvs tables.
  • Spell checking works without pyenchant
  • Improved the console_gui plugin.
  • Added live links from urls in the log pane.
  • Unit tests use a string gui, making them faster and more robust.
  • The line_numbering plugin shows line numbers in external files.
  • Improved the javascript importer.
  • Added a TreePad importer.
  • Added 6 new commands.
  • Dozens of bug fixes.
Links

Monday, February 12, 2018

Leo 5.7b2 released

Leo 5.7b2, http://leoeditor.com, is now available on SourceForge and on GitHub.

Leo is an IDE, outliner and PIM, as described here.

Simulating Leo's features in Vim, Emacs or Eclipse is possible, just as it is possible to simulate Python in C or assembly language...

The highlights of Leo 5.7
  • Added Debian package for Leo.
  • pip install leo (After 5.7 final)
  • A web-based Leo Viewer, written by Joe Orr.
  • Outline-oriented diffs for .leo files.
  • New reload-settings command.
  • Leo optionally shows user tips on startup.
  • Added a new Tips page to Leo's documentation.
  • Spell checking works without pyenchant
  • Improved the console_gui plugin.
  • Added live links from urls in the log pane.
  • Unit tests use a string gui, making them faster and more robust.
  • The line_numbering plugin shows line numbers in external files.
  • Improved the javascript importer.
  • Added a TreePad importer.
  • Added 6 new commands.
  • Dozens of bug fixes.
Links

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Leo 5.7b1 released

Leo 5.7b1 is now available on SourceForge and on GitHub.
Leo is an IDE, outliner and PIM, as described here.
Simulating Leo's features in Vim, Emacs or Eclipse is possible, just as it is possible to simulate Python in assembly language...
The highlights of Leo 5.7
  • Added Debian package for Leo.
  • pip install leo (After 5.7 final)
  • A web-based Leo Viewer, written by Joe Orr.
  • New reload-settings command.
  • Leo optionally shows user tips on startup.
  • Added a new Tips page to Leo's documentation.
  • Improved the console_gui plugin.
  • Added live links from urls in the log pane.
  • Unit tests use a string gui, making them faster and more robust.
  • The line_numbering plugin shows line numbers in external files.
  • Improved the javascript importer.
  • Added 6 new commands.
  • Dozens of bug fixes.
Links

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Leo 5.6 Final Released

Leo 5.6 is now available on SourceForge and on GitHub.
Leo is an IDE, outliner and PIM, as described here.
Simulating Leo's features in Vim, Emacs or Eclipse is possible, just as it is possible to simulate Python in assembly language...

The highlights of Leo 5.6
  • The cursesGui2.py plugin creates a console gui for Leo.
  • Added "Yes to All" and "No to All" buttons to file-changed dialog.
  • Improved how Leo switches between git branches.
  • Created outline-oriented git-diff command.
Links

Monday, September 11, 2017

Leo 5.6 b1 released

Leo 5.6b1 is now available on SourceForge and on GitHub.
Leo is an IDE, outliner and PIM, as described here.
Simulating Leo's features in Vim, Emacs or Eclipse is possible, just as it is possible to simulate Python in assembly language...
The highlights of Leo 5.6
  • The cursesGui2.py plugin creates a console gui for Leo.
  • Added "Yes to All" and "No to All" buttons to file-changed dialog.
  • Improved how Leo switches between git branches.
  • Created outline-oriented git-diff command.
Links