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Releases: adobe/brackets

Release 1.14.2

06 Apr 06:09
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Brackets 1.14.2 is here! This release is targeted for Mac and Windows users only.

Open File in external Applications: Brackets now offers support to open file of any arbitrary type with external applications. In User Preferences settings, you can associate a file extension to open with the default associated application or open with a specific application.

Automatically associate Graphics file types to its OS default application: If an opened project folder has any graphics file of type: [“xd”, “jpg”, “jpeg”, “svg”, “ai”, “png”, “psd”], then with user’s consent Brackets will associate these graphics file types with its OS default associated application and record this under user preference settings under the category “externalApplications”.

Brackets 1.14.1

05 Dec 05:55
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The 1.14.1 release has a security update to fix remote exploitation by DNS rebinding vulnerability noticed with remote debugging enabled by default on application launch.

To address the security issue, the CEF debugger is disabled by default on application launch. Users who would want to enable debugging should launch Brackets from command line/terminal with the following command:

Brackets.exe --remote-debugging-port=Port No

A toast notification will be shown in Brackets UI with the message “Remote debugging enabled on localhost:12345” for valid port number and remote debugging will be enabled. If port is not in the range between 1024 – 65534, the remote debugger is disabled on launch and a toast notification will be shown with the message “Cannot enable remote debugging on port <>. Port numbers should be between 1024 and 65534.”

Brackets 1.14

02 May 07:55
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Brackets 1.14 is here!

We're bringing in Language Server Protocol support, to enable tooling around multiple languages and to provide our extension developers with a new set of extensibility APIs for integrating new language servers.

New Features

  • Language Server Protocol Support in Brackets
  • PHP Tooling Support in Brackets (Reference adoption of language server)
    • Tooling includes:
      • Code Hints
      • Parameter Hints
      • Linting
      • Jump To Definition
      • Find References
      • Find Document/Project Symbols
  • Framework for in-app notifications
  • Auto-update bug fixes
  • Update notification targeted to a specific platform

Brackets 1.14 - First prerelease for community testing!

15 Apr 09:33
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Brackets 1.14 first prerelease is here!

This time the focus is on language support, to enable tooling around multiple languages and to provide our extension developers a new set of extensibility to support language tooling using language servers.

  • Language Server Protocol Support in Brackets
  • PHP Tooling Support in Brackets (Reference adoption of language server)
    • Uses the LSP Framework
    • Tooling includes:
      • Code Hints
      • Parameter Hints
      • Linting
      • Jump To Definition
  • Auto-update bug fixes
  • Update notification targeted to specific platform

Please use the new set of extensibility API's for new language server adoptions and let us know your feedback.


Brackets 1.14 is targeted to the following platforms

  • Mac OSX 10.11, 10.12, 10.13, 10.14
  • Windows 7 with Service Pack 1, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10 (installer requires administrator access)
  • Linux Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 18.10 (x32 and x64)
  • Linux Debian 8, 9

New dependencies for building Brackets 1.14 from source

  • PHP 7
  • Composer 1.8.4

Brackets 1.13

18 Jun 09:38
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Brackets 1.13 is here!

Brackets 1.13 Third Pre-release for community testing

05 Jun 10:20
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This is Brackets 1.13 third pre-release for community testing. This release contains

Remote File Open Workflow

  1. Open Quick open
  2. Enter any http | https url and start working

And bug fixes for Auto-Update workflow, Drag and drop in filetree.

Brackets 1.13 Second Pre-release for community testing

30 May 09:35
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This is Brackets 1.13 second pre-release for community testing. This release contains major bug fixes for Auto-Update workflow.

Brackets 1.13 First Pre-release for community testing

03 May 16:41
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Features:-

Auto-Update in Brackets!
Drag-Drop files & folders in the file tree

Issues Addressed :-

Issue with resizing on Multi monitor on windows - #13349
Native linux menus reflext the checked/unchecked state adobe/brackets-shell#633
Crash on opening file with error “Sharing Violation” #13839
Fix #13099: Disallow user to create files/folder using relative path #13256
Keeping the search bar open - #14141
Fix layout issue in submenu - #14073

Release 1.12

05 Feb 07:49
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Brackets 1.12 is here!

[Update] We are pulling down Brackets 1.12 release assets for a brief period to analyse LOC issues reported by users on various platforms. Rest assured this will be fixed on priority and re-establish the 1.12 download links again.

[05-02-2018] This newer build of Brackets 1.12 includes fix for an issue, specific to non-English locales, present in the previously released build. The issue prevented users from loading Brackets in a non-English language of their choice.

Brackets 1.12 Linux 64-bit Prerelease

15 Dec 09:27
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Pre-release

This 64-bit Linux Brackets pre-release build addresses the following issues seen on Linux platform.

  1. Text rendering in the Menus is corrupted (#13738).
  2. Unable to invoke IME (#13898).

Please report any unexpected behaviors while using this build and do add [PreRelease] to the issue title, so that it would help us in prioritizing the bugs reported with this pre-release build.

Note: Testing has been carried out on Ubuntu flavors so far. Currently the build is not launching on Debian yet. We are looking into it.