BBEdit 14 released
Everyone's favourite text editor has been updated. BBEdit 14 requires Mac OS X 10.14.2 or later, and is compatible with macOS 10.15 "Catalina" and macOS 11 "Big Sur". Native on Macs with the M1 processor
Anaconda Virtual Environments - Anaconda is particularly popular with data scientists, as well as with others who need to rapidly switch between different tooling and library configurations. BBEdit 14 will use conda or miniconda to detect your virtual environments, and provides a mechanism for switching the active environment for use when running Unix tools and scripts from within BBEdit.
New Built-In Languages - BBEdit 14 adds built-in syntax coloring and function navigation support for Go, R, Rust, Lisp-family languages (Common Lisp, Scheme, Clojure), and Pixar Universal Scene Description (USD) text files.
Enhanced Developer Features - BBEdit 14 enables several new features and significant improvements to its built-in coding aids for developers, including:
Enhanced language-specific text completions; Improved Find Definition; Assistance for specifying function parameters; New code-navigation features; In-window highlighting of syntax and semantic issues; Language-specific document reformatting. These feature improvements are the result of new built-in support for the Language Server Protocol ("LSP") by which user-installed local "language servers" implement key language-sensitive behaviors. Specific available features may vary by language and by server.
Full details are here.