Release Notes: 1.11

Pete Nykänen edited this page Sep 25, 2017 · 11 revisions

What's New in Release 1.11

  • Support for ECMAScript 2015 by swmitra : Brackets now supports ECMAScript 2015. Quick-type listing now shows classes, methods, arrow functions, generator functions and much more. Brackets also supports linting of ECMAScript 2015 code, with ESLint defaulting as Javascript linter, as well.

  • Brackets on Linux by nethip : Brackets now offers full support for the Linux platform. With an update to the shell with a new version of CEF, Brackets is now fully functional on Linux.

Full change logs: brackets and brackets-shell

Community contributions to Brackets

Pulling source code from Git

TODO: any brackets-shell updates? which of the below messages are applicable?

  • A new brackets-shell build is required for this sprint. Be sure to rerun grunt setup before building.
  • Recommended: rebuild or reinstall an updated brackets-shell (no critical updates, but there are bugfixes).
  • Rebuilding/updating brackets-shell is optional for this release.
  • Rebuilding/updating brackets-shell is not required for this release.
  • brackets-shell's Node dependencies have changed. Run npm install before rebuilding brackets-shell.
  • Some submodules were updated this sprint. Run git submodule update to ensure your source tree is fully up to date.
  • A submodule URL was changed this sprint. Run git submodule sync and then git submodule update --init --recursive to ensure your local source tree reflects the update.

Bugs fixed in Release 1.11

For details on the bugs addressed, please refer to closed Release 1.11 bugs. Not all fixed bugs will be caught by this search query, however.

Clone this wiki locally
You can’t perform that action at this time.
You signed in with another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session. You signed out in another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session.
Press h to open a hovercard with more details.