Hi Lothar,

Lothar Scholz wrote:

> 
> i'm happy to release Arachno Ruby version 0.3 (patch 2) (giving 60 new
> trial days to everybody)

Great ! Thanks a lot.

What will happen after 60 days ? Will I be able to buy it? I am asking 
because the website says it is not yet ready for sale.

> This release is the result of a huge refactoring of the internal used code, so many

<snip>

> GUI Interface to GNU Diff. This works on files and directory trees. It is possible to specify
> which parts of a file are compared (for example excluding comments and string literals)

Like it!

> We now have a backup system that keeps multiple versions of a file in an internal database.
> This backup system is integrated with the diff frontend.

Like it !

> The file handling is completely rewritten. You can now add directories and directory trees to
> the project file browser. The ruby runtime files are automatically added.
> 
> Hotfile folders now allow multidimensional classification. You can add files to many different 
> hot file folders.

I could not figure out how to add files to a new project ... or to an 
existing one.

> Open buffer sidebar toolwindow. This allows quick access to close multiple buffers etc. 
> You can also change the order of the buffers with Drag & Drop.
> The first ten buffers are accessible with the Alt-1 .. Alt-0 keys, and you can use Alt-left
> and Alt-right to move to the previous/next buffer.
> 
> New Find/Replace dialog.
> 
> Code Templates are now working. Attached are a few initial templates for basic definitions.
> You can invoke a template by typing the template name and then pressing Control-J or by 
> selecting from a popup menu by pressing Control-Alt-J
> 
> Improved Autoindentation.
> 
> Search/Replace can now ignore different parts of text (based on the syntax highlighter).
> 
> Search Results are highlighted in the text.
> 
> Text drag and drop via mouse.
> 
> YAML and Ruby Gem syntax highlighter.

WOW!

> Easier access to the 26 different clipboards. Control-Alt-V, Control-Alt-X, Control-Alt-C
> show the available clipboard contents, before doing the operation.
> 
> If you develop CGI or ERuby web applications you must specify and select a start URL
> in the same way you do it with the command line targets. 
> 
> Removed remote control of the netscape browser in favour of the Firebird browser. You can
> now configure every available GUI based browser to work with Arachno Ruby.
> 
> The HTTP Requests/Responses views are not bounded to a file anymore but are recorded and 
> accessible via a proxy window.
> 
> Fixed a bug in the debugger, that makes it possible to access data which is append at the end 
> of a script file. Also removed the warning message.
> 
> The navigation sidebar window now shows which variables are defined as attributes.
> You must use the "attr_reader", "attr_writer" and "attr_accessor" declarations.
> 
> Implemented the 'end of line dots' from JEdit.
> 
> If a file is modified outside Arachno Ruby the change is now detected.
> Previous versions only detected changes for files inside the project directory tree.
> 
> More and better support for Drag & Drop. You can drag bookmarks,
> breakpoints, files, editor tabs and sidebar toolwindow tabs.
> When dragging a file in the file toolwindow then you can choose
> between copy or move by pressing the Control Key.
> 
> Many minor changes and things that i forgot to mention here.


Very feature rich ! Impressive ...
-- shanko