Find Highlighting

Komodo will now highlight the search term (in yellow), indicating where the matches are in your document(s). Komodo will also highlight the replacements that you make when using the find and replace dialog.

See Trent's blog to see a short screencast and more details on this feature.

History

The "History" feature for Komodo is similar to a web browser's history, it allows you to quickly walk between your code movements and actions.

See Trent's blog post for additional information:
http://trentm.com/blog/archives/2009/02/04/history-feature-in-komodo-510...

Hyperlinks

When you hold down the Ctrl key (Cmd key on the Mac) and move the mouse around, Komodo will underline the interesting (interactable) points under your mouse cursor. This can be used for showing things like the goto definition search term, and when clicking on the hyperlink it will perform the goto definition command. Other cool uses for this feature are CSS color previewing and color picker interaction (screenshot below) as well as being able to click on a http link in the editor and have it open inside your browser.

Check out Trent's blog for more details on the Komodo hyperlink handler:
http://trentm.com/blog/archives/2009/03/13/hyperlinks-in-komodo-510b1/

as well, you can also add your own custom hyperlink handlers, check out this article:
http://community.activestate.com/adding-komodo-hyperlink-handler

Fast Open

The fast open dialog provides a quick and easy way to access your files. You can use the dialog to list and filter the files within your current working directory, files within the current project, recently opened/closed files as well as being able to switch to a currently opened file.

The default key bindings for the fast open dialog are:
* Ctrl+Shift+O (on Windows and Linux)
* Cmd+Shift+O (on the Mac)

A Fast Open screencast is shown here:
http://www.vimeo.com/3825622

Linux 64-bit (x86_64) builds

Finally Komodo has builds for running natively on 64-bit Linux. This means no more mucking around trying to find 32-bit compatibility libraries on Linux, yay!

Better localization support

Davide Ficano (aka Dafi) has been working hard in the previous months on adding better localization support for Komodo, involving a number of patches to the OpenKomodo tree. These have now been checked in to the Komodo trunk and improved Komodo localization is now possible. Thanks for the great work Dafi!

Download it

Komodo downloads are available here:
http://downloads.activestate.com/Komodo/releases/
There are also nightly updated builds available here:
http://downloads.activestate.com/Komodo/nightly/

Documentation and Bug fixes

For a full set of release notes and Komodo 5.1 documentation, see the online pages:
http://docs.activestate.com/komodo/5.1/

Other Komodo releases