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What's new in this version:

Release Highlights:
- Multi-select tabs to view them side-by-side
- Context-aware auto complete by finding similar code elsewhere in the current project
- Symbols have kind information that is shown for completions and navigation
- Theme can follow system dark mode preference and title bars can be themed on all platforms
- Syntax highlighting now supports back-tracking and inheritance
- Many syntax highlighting improvements as well as builtin TypeScript, JSX and TSX support
- GPU rendering for improved performance. Enabled by default on macOS
- ARM64 support for Linux and macOS (Apple Silicon)
- Many plugin API additions particularly to better support plugins like LSP
- Python 3.8 support for plugins

GPU Rendering:
- New hardware_acceleration setting will composite the UI on the GPU
- By default, GPU rendering is enabled on Mac, and disabled on Windows and Linux
- Details about the active GPU will be displayed in the Console
- Context-aware Auto Complete:
- The auto complete engine now suggests completions based on patterns in existing code
- Uses the entire project as a source, instead of just the current view
- Plugins may specify symbol kind info to be displayed in suggestions list
- Tab Multi-Select:
- Multiple tabs can be selected using ctrl/cmd, their contents will be shown side-by-side
- Selecting multiple files from the sidebar will also preview them simultaneously
- Included themes have a tab connector joining the active sheet and tab when using sheet multi-select
- The sidebar can now select multiple files using alt
- Goto Anything allows opening tabs side-by-side using ctrl/cmd
- The Definition popup has a dedicated button for opening files side-by-side
- Multiple tabs can also be selected from the tab dropdown
- The menu Selection/Tab Selection contains various options for manipulating tab multi-select
- File/New View into File has been replaced by File/Split View using multi-select
- Python 3.8 API:
- Added a Python 3.8 API environment for plugins
- Plugins can choose Python version via .python-version file in plugin folder
- Existing plugins are fully supported via legacy Python 3.3 API
- Many API improvements and additions - see API section for more details
- Goto Symbol:
- Goto Symbol in Project is now significantly faster on huge projects
- Icons are now shown next to symbols, indicating the symbol kind
- Symbols with 3 characters or less are now indexed

Syntax Definitions:
- Added out of the box support for TypeScript, JSX and TSX - thanks to Thomas Smith
- Added ability to "branch" within syntax definitions, for non-deterministic or multi-line constructs
- Many syntax highlighting improvements, including significant improvements to:
- Erlang, with thanks to deathaxe
- Significantly improved load times, match times and reduced cache size on disk
- embed is now lazy loaded, resulting in much higher performance for syntaxes like markdown
- Added branch and fail for non-deterministic parsing
- Added version: 2 to fix edge cases while retaining backwards compatibility
- Added extends to inherit from another syntax definition. Multiple inheritance is supported, provided all parents have the same base syntax
- Added hidden_extensions
- Allow using pop alongside push/set/embed/branch
- Fixed a performance issue with bounded repeats in regular expressions
- Syntax tests can now assert that reindent is working as expected
- Syntax tests can now assert that symbols are indexed
- Prevent infinite include loops via with_prototype
- Fixed a number of scope related bugs
- Fixed some regex capture related bugs
- Added more information to the Show Scope Name popup

OS Compatibility:
The following operating systems are no longer supported as a result of adding Python 3.8:
- OS X 10.7
- OS X 10.8
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista

Platform Integration:
- Added automatic dark/light theme and color scheme switching, based on OS theme changes
- subl - can now be used to read from stdin on all platforms
- Windows will remember their Virtual Desktop/Space/Workspace, controlled by the remember_workspace setting
- Scroll bars now follow platform conventions when clicking on them. Configurable using Scroll Bar.sublime-mousemap
- Mac: Releases use universal binaries with Apple Silicon support
- Mac: Updated icon to follow macOS 11 style
- Mac: Windows will now stay maximized when using Mac window tabs
- Mac: Fix various issues with the wrong cursor being used
- Linux: ARM64 builds are now available
- Linux: Text drag and drop is now supported
- Linux: Added proper support for Wayland
- Linux: Touch screen events are now handled
- Linux: Better support for copy+paste with other applications that don't support utf8 text
- Linux: Native file dialogs like those for KDE will be used when configured
- Windows: IME preview and multi-select support
- Windows, Linux: Added support for custom title bars
- Windows, Linux: Use vsync for animations instead of a fixed 60hz
- Mac, Linux: Improved compatibility with some keyboard layouts
- Application Behavior:
- Added Safe Mode, to simulate a clean install. Enabled by passing --safe-mode on the command line or holding shift+alt/option at startup on Windows/macOS respectively
- Added Help/Report a Bug to link to our public issue tracker
- Added options to hot_exit setting to control behavior when the last window is closed
- Fixed a possible case where an update loses the current session
- Settings containing a UTF-8 BOM will no longer fail to load
- Added support for previewing TGA and PSD images
- Added close_deleted_files setting to control behavior of session restoration when files have been deleted on disk
- Popup windows now use virtual windows for improved performance
- Improved performance when loading files with very long lines
- Improved rendering performance on very long lines
- Improved performance with large session files
- Data directories have dropped the "3", though if a "3" directory still exists it will be used
- Mac: Quick Switch Project now works without any windows open
- Mac, Linux: The cache and index are now located in the proper location (~/.cache and ~/Library/Caches respectively)

Auto Complete:
- Typing the full tab trigger of a snippet will move it to the top of the results
- Manually typing in the only available completion will hide the auto complete popup
- .sublime-completion files can now specify annotation, kind and details
- Ranking quality improvements
- Improved behavior of completions starting with non-word characters
- auto_complete_trailing_symbols is now disabled by default
- cancelCompletion will no longer prevent manual invocation
- Added the auto_complete_when_likely setting
- Added auto_complete_preserve_order setting
- Added auto_complete_include_snippets_when_typing setting
- Added auto_complete_use_index setting
- Added auto_complete_use_history setting to control if previous choices are automatically selected
- Running the auto_complete command when auto complete is already showing will re-query plugins for results
- auto_complete_selector now applies to the position before the just-typed in character, matching auto_complete_triggers

Input Handling:
- Modifier key taps can now be used as part of a key binding. For example, ["ctrl", "ctrl"] will trigger when Ctrl is pressed twice without pressing any other keys in between
- Linux: AltGr can now be used in key bindings via altgr
- Linux: Added a workaround for a touchscreen driver bug, which would cause right click and mouse scrolling to stop working
- Linux: When the menu is hidden, pressing alt will show it
- Mac: Fix Pinyin input
- Mac: Keypad keys can now be bound to as expected
- Mac: Added key bindings for macOS application tabs
- Windows, Linux: Hide mouse cursor when typing. Controlled via hide_pointer_while_typing setting
- Windows, Linux: Fixed being unable to bind Ctrl+Break

Editor Control:
- Added File/Print, which prints via a browser
- Added Edit/Copy as HTML
- Build systems now use new annotations functionality instead of phantoms, reducing re-flow
- Undo history is preserved in the session
- Comments and layout are preserved when programmatically editing preferences
- Caret blinking is disabled by default. Set caret_style setting to smooth for previous behavior
- Improved automatic indentation detection
- Added relative line numbers, controlled by the relative_line_numbers setting
- Added setting scroll_context_lines
- Added setting hide_pointer_while_typing
- Added setting control_character_style
- Added Project/Recent/Remove Deleted
- Added chain command to run multiple commands in series
- switch_file command now handles filenames with compound extensions
- The scroll_past_end setting now supports customizing the scroll distance using numbers from 0.0 to 1.0
- Double-clicking a semi-transient sheet's tab will now fully open the sheet
- trim_trailing_white_space_on_save can now be set to "not_on_caret"
- trim_trailing_white_space_on_save now trims only newly inserted trailing whitespace by default. Controlled via trim_only_modified_white_space setting
- Expanded draw_white_space setting, supporting leading and trailing white space
- Unicode white space characters, such as the zero width no-break space, are now drawn as hex values. Controlled via draw_unicode_white_space setting
- Fixed spelling correction to support languages with upper case characters after start of word
- Added commands to simplify customizing the active theme or color scheme
- Quick Switch Project will open the selected project in a new window if Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) is held down
- Added wrap_width_style preference
- Added console_max_history_lines
- Added additional settings to control the status bar: show_sidebar_button, show_indentation and show_syntax
- Console now uses Python syntax highlighting by default
- Added Central European (Mac) encoding support
- Key Bindings: Join Lines is now on Ctrl+Shift+J / Cmd+Shift+J
- Key Bindings: Expand Selection to Indentation is no longer bound by default
- Key Bindings: Ctrl+J / Cmd+J is now used as a prefix for sequential key bindings, similar to Ctrl+K / Cmd+K
- Code Folding: fixed some edge-case incorrect behaviors
- Linux: Added support for alternate font weight names
- Linux: Selection is no longer cleared when another application makes a selection
- Linux: Added Ctrl+Space to trigger Auto Complete
- Linux, Windows: Added Alt+Shift+Left Mouse Button as an alternative column selection binding
- Linux, Windows: Added Shift+F10 key binding to open the context menu
- Text Commands:
- Macros now record Find commands
- Reworked Jump Back and Jump Forward commands
- Improved behavior of Wrap Paragraph
- Improved behavior of Swap Lines
- Added Revert Diff Hunk
- Added Selection/Expand Selection as a general mechanism to expand the selection
- Selection/Split into Lines will now split a selection into words if the selection doesn't contain any newlines
- Show a sum in the status bar when there are multiple selections and all of them are numbers
- set_file_type command now accepts "scope:" prefixed syntax names
- Fixed sort_lines replacing unicode newlines with regular ones
- Snippets:
- Added auto_complete_include_snippets setting, for disabling auto complete integration
- Added ignored_snippets setting, for disabling default snippets
- Indexing (Goto Definition):
- Files ignored by .gitignore are not indexed by default. Controlled via index_exclude_gitignore setting
- Files without known extensions are no longer indexed by default. Controlled via index_skip_unknown_extensions setting
- Improved behavior with constantly changing files
- Significantly improved load times
- Files and Folders:
- Saving files is now asynchronous
- Improved performance when adding directories with extreme amounts of files
- When save_on_focus_lost is enabled, closing an unsaved file will save and close it, instead of prompting to save
- Improved behavior of save_on_focus_lost in conjunction with administrator owned files
- Added reload_file_on_change setting to control if files are automatically reloaded or not
- folder_exclude_patterns and folder_include_patterns now support project-relative paths, by starting the path with //
- Folders in the sidebar can be recursively expanded via alt+arrow key
- Added preview_on_click setting to support only previewing files on left click
- Windows: Fixed Open Containing Folder for UNC paths
- Windows: Fixed Save dialog not showing for new files with control characters on the first line
- Windows: Fixed Ctrl+Backspace inserting a DEL character when a dialog is open in the background
- Linux: Fix recreated directories not working correctly with file change monitoring
- Linux: Recursively expanding and collapsing sidebar folders now works with alt or super

Find:
- Find results are highlighted on the scroll bar, controlled by highlight_find_results_in_scrollbar
- Find in Selection now highlights the area that will be searched
- Commands can now be run without the find panel having input focus
- Fix keypad enter not working in find panel
- Improved find history behavior
- Find: Various performance improvements with large files using graceful degradation
- Find: Fixed adjacent matches being skipped when find in selection is in use
- Find: Fixed find in selection option not being cleared when changing tabs
- Find: Selection will no longer be reset after Find All is used when finding in selection
- Find: Results are now properly highlighted on Find All when close_find_after_find_all is turned off
- Find in Files: Improved performance with large numbers of matches
- Find in Files: Can now filter by .gitignore
- Find in Files: Added Preserve Case option for replacements
- Find in Files: Fix not recursing into directories on networked file systems
- Find in Files: Hide rulers by default in find results
- Find in Files: Added Find/Cancel Find in Files menu item
- Find in Files: Binary file patterns are applied when an explicit folder is given
- Find in Files: Using "Find in Folder…" from the sidebar context menu will apply project file filters
- Find in Files: Added close_find_after_find_all preference
- Find in Files: Added close_find_after_replace_all preference

UI:
- Changed default color scheme to Mariana
- Added Default Dark theme
- Added themed_title_bar setting
- Changed file tab style, adding file_tab_style setting
- Goto Symbol shows more information about symbols
- Definitions hover popup shows more information about symbols
- Sheets without input focus are now dimmed when using included themes
- Added a New Tab button in the tab bar, and hide_new_tab_button setting
- Added show_tab_close_buttons_on_left setting
- Added highlight_gutter and highlight_line_number settings
- Added the ability to auto hide the menu, tabs, and status bar when typing. See auto_hide_menu and related settings
- Window title bar can be controlled by show_rel_path and show_project_first settings
- Tab context menu now includes Close Unmodified Files and Close Deleted Files entries
- Side bar row highlights now properly reflect the selected tabs
- Color Schemes: Added glow font option
- Color Schemes: Added support for the underline font style
- Color Schemes: Added new property, inactive_selection_border
- Color Schemes: Slightly darkened the background of Mariana
- Color Schemes: Added support for stippled_underline and squiggly_underline
- Color Schemes: .hidden-tmTheme files are now supported by the .sublime-color-scheme convertor
- Themes: Included themes use variables extensively, making customization simpler
- Themes: Added style property for title_bar element, for better integration with OS "dark modes"
- Themes: The tree_row for the file with input focus now gets the attribute highlighted
- Themes: The settings key now supports objects, with keys being settings and values being a boolean, string or array of strings
- Themes: Added sheet_contents class to text, image and HTML sheets
- Themes: Added the background_modifier property for sheet_contents
- Themes: Added a number of new attributes to tab_control for richer tab theming
- Themes: The highlighted attribute is only applied to the most recently active sheet, rather that the most recently active sheet in each group
- Themes: tab_control and sheet_contents classes now synchronize their highlighted and hover attributes
- Themes: tooltip controls now support animations to their opacity
- Linux: Show sequential key bindings in the menu
- Linux: Fixed context menu position being slightly offset

Spell Checking:
- Updated dictionaries
- Added support for non-utf8 dictionaries
- Updated Hunspell for improved suggestions
- System dictionaries are now available on Linux
- Dictionaries in ~/Library/Spelling are now available on Mac
- Rendering:
- Properly query glyph extents in order to avoid cutting off large glyphs
- Windows, Linux: Added support for per-display subpixel ordering
- Mac: Improved window resize performance
- Windows: Fixed rendering bug where other applications could cause persistent artifacts via window animations
- Windows: Add support for color emoji

API:
- Improved coverage of plugin profiling
- The cProfile module is now included on Linux
- Added HTML sheets, which can be created via window.new_html_sheet()
- repr now works as expected
- Updated OpenSSL to 1.1.1j
- .sublime-commands files now support filtering commands via the "platform" key
- Minihtml now handles list-style-type CSS property - circle, square and disc
- Minihtml now processes subl: links, running them as commands
- Minihtml now supports white-space: nowrap
- Improved minihtml rendering performance
- EventListener has many new features and bug fixes
- on_query_completions() can now
- Return suggestions asynchronously
- Return command completions
- Include symbol kind information
- New: on_init() is called once with list of views opened before plugin was loaded
- New: on_exit() is called immediately before plugin_host exits, after API is shut down
- New: on_text_changed() and on_text_changed_async() provide detailed modification info
- New methods:
- on_reload()
- on_revert()
- on_new_window()
- on_new_window_async()
- on_pre_close_window()
- on_pre_move()
- on_post_move()
- on_post_move_async()
- on_new_project()
- on_new_project_async()
- on_load_project()
- on_load_project_async()
- on_pre_save_project()
- on_post_save_project()
- on_post_save_project_async()
- on_pre_close_project()
- on_associate_buffer()
- Fixed on_selection_modified() to not be called twice when left clicking
- Fixed on_selection_modified() begin called on non-selection state changes
- New TextChangeListener for getting callbacks when a text buffer is changed
- Can be dynamically bound to a Buffer using TextChangeListener.attach and TextChangeListener.detach
- Methods:
- on_text_changed()
- on_text_changed_async()
- on_revert()
- on_revert_async()
- on_reload()
- on_reload_async()
- Sheet has some new methods:
- file_name()
- group()
- close()
- is_semi_transient()
- Sheet.is_transient
- View has a number of changes and improvements
- Fixed newly created views not having a valid viewport before being returned to the API
- add_regions() now has an annotations parameter, to allow adding a per-region annotation to the buffer. The exec command uses this API for build errors
- add_regions() calls that add an underline now have that underline applied to whitespace characters
- show() now takes keep_to_left and animate parameters
- text_point() and related functions now accept a clamp_column parameter
- Added "glow" to style_for_scope()
- Added View.rowcol_utf8(), View.rowcol_utf16(), View.text_point_utf8() and View.text_point_utf16()
- Added sublime.KEEP_ON_SELECTION_MODIFIED, which can be passed to show_popup()
- New: element() returns a string describing widget views (find input, quick panel input, etc)
- New: assign_syntax() sets the syntax used in a view, supports Syntax objects, paths and scope selectors
- New: syntax() returns the currently set Syntax
- New: clones()
- New: sheet() and sheet_id()
- New: export_to_html()
- Window has some changes and improvements:
- show_quick_panel now accepts placeholder text, via the placeholder argument
- Added sublime.CLEAR_TO_RIGHT and sublime.SEMI_TRANSIENT for use with open_file()
- Added the flag sublime.REPLACE_MRU for use with open_file(). When multiple sheets are selected, this flag will cause the opened file to replace the most recently used sheet with the file being opened
- Added the flag sublime.WANT_EVENT for use with show_quick_panel(). This will pass an event dict to the on_select callback. The dict will contain the key modifier_keys, which will be a dict that may contain zero or more of the keys: primary, ctrl, super, alt, altgr
- open_file now accepts sublime.ADD_TO_SELECTION as a flag
- New: selected_sheets(), selected_sheets_in_group() and select_sheets()
- New: workspace_file_name()
- New: bring_to_front()
- sublime.ok_cancel_dialog() and sublime.yes_no_cancel_dialog() now accept an optional title parameter
- Added sublime.open_dialog, sublime.save_dialog and sublime.select_folder_dialog
- Syntax definitions can be queried via sublime.list_syntaxes(), sublime.find_syntax(), sublime.syntax_from_path(), sublime.find_syntax_by_name(), sublime.find_syntax_by_scope(), and sublime.find_syntax_for_file(). They return Syntax objects
- Improved sys.stdout to extend io.TextIOBase
- sublime.executable_path(), sublime.packages_path(), sublime.installed_packages_path() and sublime.cache_path() may now be called at import time
- Added sublime.SymbolRegion and sublime.SymbolLocation with corresponding methods on View and Window
- Fix a bug with popup being stuck open when a popup is shown in the hide event handler of another popup
- Added open_project_or_workspace command
- append command has new, optional disable_tab_translation argument
- Added modifier_keys to event dicts when commands are invoked via a menu
- Added sublime.DYNAMIC_COMPLETIONS. on_query_completions() can return this flag to indicate that completion results should be re-queried as the user types
- Added sublime.INHIBIT_REORDER. Returned by on_query_competions()
- CompletionItem now accepts a details parameter, which can include basic HTML
- CommandInputHandler now has an initial_selection() method
- Added Region.to_tuple and Phantom.to_tuple
- Fixed ViewEventListener.on_load_async() sometimes not being called
- Added sublime.QuickPanelItem() with support for kind info, annotations and basic minihtml
- Plugins may now add selections to the Jump Back history list via the add_jump_record command
- Plugins may suppress selections from the Jump Back history list via the jump_ignore_selection region
- Plugins may now disable the default HTML and CSS completions
- Added Buffer.id() and Buffer.file_name()
- The TextInputHandler and ListInputHandler classes may define a method want_event() that returns True to receive an extra parameter, an event dict, when the validate() and confirm() methods are called. The dict will contain the key modifier_keys, which will be a dict that may contain zero or more of the keys: primary, ctrl, super, alt, altgr
- Add sublime.ui_info() for high-level information about the UI
- Popups will be properly positioned when displayed near the right-hand side of the editor
- Popups near the right-hand side of the editor with wrapped lines will now be properly sized
- Added ListInputItem so that ListInputHandler objects can provide kind info, annotations and details
- Improvements to the API, applied to the new Python 3.8 environment only:
- bool(sublime.Selection()) will return False when len() == 0
- sublime.load_binary_resource() now returns bytes instead of bytearray
- Added Selection.__iter__()
- Added Region.__iter__()
- Added Region.__contains__()
- Added Settings.to_dict()
- Settings can now be treated like a dict
- Plugins starting with _ will be ignored, __all__ global will be respected
- Events won't be reported until plugin_loaded() has been called
- .pyc files can now be imported when contained within .sublime-package files, although they will not be scanned for plugins
- The certifi Python package is preinstalled
- Significant performance improvements when rapidly printing to the Console
- Added sublime.log_control_tree(). When enabled, clicking with ctrl+alt will log the control tree under the mouse to the console
- Added sublime.log_fps(). When enabled, the render times are tracked and logged

Added logging status functions:
- sublime.get_log_commands()
- sublime.get_log_input()
- sublime.get_log_build_systems()
- sublime.get_log_result_regex()
- sublime.get_log_indexing()
- sublime.get_log_fps()
- sublime.get_log_control_tree()
- Logging functions are now toggle when no argument is passed:
- sublime.log_commands()
- sublime.log_input()
- sublime.log_build_systems()
- sublime.log_result_regex()
- sublime.log_indexing()
- sublime.log_fps()
- sublime.log_control_tree()
- Backwards Compatibility Break: The event parameter passed to commands when a minihtml link is clicked changed from a two-element list to a dict with the keys x and y

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