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advanced Gtk+ HTML editor (plugins)

Bluefish is a GTK+ HTML editor for the experienced web designer. Its features include nice wizards for startup, tables and frames; a fully featured image insert dialog; thumbnail creation and automatically linking of the thumbnail with the original image; and configurable HTML syntax highlighting.

This package contains the plugins. You will need it for the HTML dialogs. So it's basically necessary.

Package version:2.0.1-1


bluefish (2.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  This is Bluefish 2.0 and it will will replace your existing Bluefish 1.0
  installation. It comes with several new feature, like autocompletion and
  code/block folding.

  There was a package split. Binary (bluefish), highlighting files and
  autocompletion data (bluefish-data) and plugins (bluefish-plugins)
  are provided in separate packages. For the 


bluefish (2.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release - the first release of the 2.0 series for Debian
    (closes: #570731; LP: #540126). This release fixes these reported issues:
    - Better settings handling (closes: #548272).
    - Improved filebrowser (LP: #45927).
    - Improved syntax highlighting engine (LP: #108628).
    - Improved file operations (LP: #181110).
    - Transl


# Release changes for the 1.3 series

Bluefish 1.3.7 (2009-09-21 r5208)

- Speeding up several parts of the application.
- Improved session/project options handling.
- Improved filebrowser showing volumes and mounts.
- Implemented automatic tag-closing for generic XML.
- Support of a native Windows build.
- Language syntax support updates: Javascript, NSIS, XHTML,


This package was debianized by Davide Puricelli (evo) <>. It is
currently maintained b

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