Komodo IDE
Komodo IDE
12.0.1

4.8

Komodo IDE free download for Mac

Komodo IDE

12.0.1
12 February 2020

Development environment for PHP, Python, Web, more.

Overview

Cross-Platform IDE for all your major languages, including Python, PHP, Ruby, Perl, Tcl, NodeJS, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Award-winning tools for debugging, code intelligence, visual code navigation and the regular expression toolkit help developers write cleaner code faster, while source code control integration, a project manager and multi-user support assist in team development.

With improved performance for all supported languages including Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby & Tcl, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and XML), simple Firefox-style extensibility, and flexible multi-platform licensing for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, Komodo IDE has developed smart tools with developer freedom and choice in mind.

The quoted price is that of a single license. Additional pricing info can be found here.

What's new in Komodo IDE

Version 12.0.1:
  • Add ActiveState Platform integration - you can now create and manage projects with an ActiveState Platform runtime, allowing for sandboxed environments, secret, script and package management, and much more.
  • Various CodeIntel improvements on Komodo Edit contributed by ssigwart (not relevant on IDE as it uses a newer CodeIntel version)
  • Lots of SDK and improvements that improve the overall stability of Komodo
  • Add back in blank MRU warning, but skip when blanks allowed
  • Add dataset, contentEditable, isContentEditable, dir, and hidden DOM properties.
  • Add jump to code fold command
  • Added ‘Close All’ action in tab context menus;
  • Allow Alt-Left/Right in commando to jump words
  • Allow extra include/exclude filters in project searches
  • Changed default Python from Python 2 to Python 3
  • Enhanced Open Files UI so that the close button no longer overlaps
  • Enhanced search ordering when searching for open files
  • Re-introduced click margin to select.
  • Support JS and CSS block comment reflow
  • Update fold jumping to try to keep the same level as the current line, but go to parents if that fails
Fixed:
  • Login dialog failing to authenticate user.
  • Blank replacement value not being remembered.
  • Bookmarks not deleting properly when lines are deleted.
  • Can’t change vars in paused ruby >= 2 debug pane.
  • Commando tooltip not updating;
  • Crash recovery not reopening the right files.
  • Ctrl/Cmd + up/down jumps to top/btm of completions list.
  • F1 and Help > Help fails to open help Docs.
  • OSX Edit installer and update bits.
  • Environment information not properly cleaning up when closing projects
  • Error on block select due to selection past end of line.
  • MacOs dropdown menu’s becoming stuck.
  • Minimap sometimes not toggling properly.
  • Packages not being installed when clicking the "Open" link.
  • Project Wizard Folder picker opening a file picker
  • Project wizard not staying on top
  • Snippets sometimes failing to insert.
  • Tabbing through fields sometimes not working on Mac.
  • UI twisty icons hard to see;

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6 Komodo IDE Reviews

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ylluminate
29 February 2012

Most helpful

Could we get a comprehensive review of this vs RubyMine 4 in the Ruby and Rails development arena? I've not seen anything appreciable regarding Komodo for years now and it seems that it's kind of gone by the way side from some non comprehensive reviews I've seen.
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Version 7.0.1
ylluminate
29 February 2012
Could we get a comprehensive review of this vs RubyMine 4 in the Ruby and Rails development arena? I've not seen anything appreciable regarding Komodo for years now and it seems that it's kind of gone by the way side from some non comprehensive reviews I've seen.
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Version 7.0.1
Drtyrell969
09 May 2010
PATHETIC! My God. I wasted 20 minutes just trying to get connected to a remote server. Absolutely the most horrible attempt an IDE in history. $300 license? Seriously...don't wonder why you go out of business.
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Version 5.2.4
fran-6
12 March 2010
IMHO it's an excellent IDE... I have never tried v4, but 5.2.4 works flawlessy for me.
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Version 5.2.4
Eric-Caldwell
02 February 2007
I considered buying this app but, just like Firefox (since it is based on that platform) is SLOW to load on my MBP 17. To bad becuase this has some nice features. I'll stick to BBEdit until this is corrected.
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Version 4.0.1
Maruko-Drinking-Team
13 January 2007
I inCREDIBLY wish there was a native Mac OS X (e.g., written in Cocoa/Objective-C) app like this... but there's not. This is the best thing going. Feature-wise it has lots of the features you would want. I put it head to head against Wing, Eclipse+plugins, and the others I could find. It's got the best featureset for coding in python on the Mac. However, it has that very low quality GUI, because it is written using Mozilla's cross-platform crapware layer. Same reason that Firefox feels like shoddy garbage on the Mac. You might as well run a Java app: nonstandard UI widgets, menus that don't quite work right, bizarre flaws with text editing, and so on. Still, I bought this and use it when I need to step through Python code in a debugger. It is telling that I WANT an IDE with all the integration features but still end up using TextMate for 90% of my Python coding, despite it being just a dumb editor without such features. That's because it's a great Mac app doing what it does. Komodo does cool stuff but the app is klunky.
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Version 4.0b4
Gaoshan
22 December 2006
How does its PHP handling compare to Zend Studio? Eclipse? Anyone know?
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Version 4.0b3
2 answer(s)
Stalepez
Stalepez
23 December 2006
It does a good job with the basic built-in PHP functions, but its support for some common external classes is lacking. It also doesn't import functions from application code, which is a downer for people like me who have literally hundreds of custom functions in various libraries and classes. Bottom line: I still use Zend for my PHP development at LibraryThing.com and Eclipse for my Java work on my own side projects.
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Version 4.0b3
Gaoshan
Gaoshan
23 December 2006
Thanks alot... not importing functions is a big deal for me as well. I love how Zend Studio handles that, among other things. I am really 100% happy with Zend Studio (and excited to make use of the integrated Zend Framework that they have deployed with 5.5) but I have seen Komodo around for ages and always kind of wondered.
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Version 4.0b3