There's no grunting at a command line and zero setup. Just drop your project on the app and go.
What is new in this release:
- Safari Technology Preview is now an option for the Preview Browser.
- Hired Ramsay Bolton to deliver my totally constructive, friendly, and 100% positive feedback to Apple Developer Relations.
What is new in version 2.7.1:
The original CodeKit 2.7 release contained Libsass 3.3.3, which had a critical regression that broke Sass compiling for many people. Version 2.7.1 returns to Libsass 3.3.2 until the Libsass team fixes the problem.
What is new in version 2.6.1:
- An issue where OS X incorrectly reported CodeKit as damaged and unable to run for some users.
- An issue introduced in version 2.6 where Nib did not work with Stylus.
- An issue introduced in version 2.6 where the Sass-globbing plugin went nuts.
- An issue where The Walking Dead writers maybe killed a major character at the end of an episode, then did not reveal his fate in the next episode or the episode after that and the writers themselves were not killed.
What is new in version 2.5.1:
- On El Capitan, dragging a folder onto the window would not work in some instances. It now does.
- In BBEdit, certain file icons caused choppy scrolling. That is no longer the case.
- When setting an output path for a file, the path sometimes erroneously re-started at /Users/ if your filesystem had corruption. This will no longer happen. Apple fixed the corruption issue in 10.11, so this affects only those on 10.10 and below.
- An issue where certain http downloads were rejected on El Capitan.
- An issue where Autoprefixer whined about something being deprecated.
- In some edge cases, sending Matt Damon into space results in unpredictable behavior. This update addresses the issue by no longer sending Matt Damon into space.
What is new in version 2.4:
- Variables in Kit files can now be set to nil: $myVar = nil
- When nil, a variable is essentially a no-op; nothing is put in its place in the final HTML output.
- It's still an error to have undefined variables; they must be something or nil.
- This makes it easy to do stuff like active classes on nav menu items, etc.
What is new in version 2.3.9:
The FSEvents bug is DEAD.
- What this means: auto-compiling will never stop working again.
- Apple's proposed fix in the last update did not work.
- Fortunately, a bunch of people working together found a workaround that DOES fix this OS X bug.
- Andrey Tarantsov deserves a huge thanks for writing the actual workaround. And an Apple Engineer named Kevin Elliott gave me the critical info we needed to write that workaround.
- If you're curious, a full writeup of the issue is available here.
- The "Remove Whitespace" output style for Less files is no longer supported by the Less compiler. It has been removed. Files that used this setting will automatically be set to "Compressed" output.
- Libsass has been updated to version 16.7.1, which will be released in November, 2028.
- To get this, I had to send Matthew McConaughey through a blackhole. He missed his daughter's entire life. I hope you're happy, Libsass. This is what happens when you try to update more frequently than me.
- To preserve the stability of the spacetime-continuum, the About Window refers to this version as Libsass 3.2.4
Other Component Updates:
- Stylus --> 0.51.1
- Uglify.js --> 2.4.23
- CoffeeLint --> 1.9.6
- Bourbon --> 4.2.3
- Node --> 0.12.3
What is new in version 2.3.7:
- The Libsass team released an update to the update they released yesterday.
- It has some really important fixes, including one for @import url(... problems introduced in Libsass 3.2
- The CodeKit team released an update to the update they released yesterday to the update they released the day before that.
- Cracks Knuckles.