Announcing Orion 0.3

The Orion project is pleased to announce the availability of its 0.3 release. If you’re using Orion Hub, then congratulations on successfully upgrading to the new release! If you don’t have an account, sign up for free here. If you’re the kind of person who still likes to download and install tools, you can find the latest server on our download page.

This release features extensive improvements to the Orion code editor, including support for code folding, hyperlinks, more search and replace options, warning and task indicators, and more. The Orion git integration has also made great strides, with added support for cherry-pick, rebase, pushing to multiple remotes, branch deletion, changing commit author information, and checkout by tag. There are also Orion plug-ins cropping up for integration with CSSLint, nonymous JavaScript outlining, Bugzilla, and more. For a complete list of new features, see the following posts:


The Orion Team

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