Kod
Kod
0.0.3

3.8

Kod free download for Mac

Kod

0.0.3
04 February 2011

Programming editor.

Overview

Kod offers a variety of features:
  • Fully concurrent - loading files, syntax highlighting, etc is distributed across available CPU cores. Minimal waiting time.
  • Integrated scripting environment based on Node.js.
  • Written from scratch with modern OS X 10.6 APIs providing maximum OS integration while avoiding reinvention of the wheel.
  • Sports a Chromium-like user interface where tabs can be torn off and moved between windows.
  • Allows editing (although not saving, currently) remote files accessible over HTTP or HTTPS.
  • Styling of the editor (not only the syntax highlighting) through regular CSS 3.
  • Comes with support for over 65 different languages/syntaxes which can easily be edited or extended (Kod uses the same format as GNU Syntax Highlight).
  • And more awesome features...

What's new in Kod

Version 0.0.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

13 Kod Reviews

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Kris-nx
07 January 2011

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I know this app is in its infancy but I love its speed! I've been using it for a few days now and so far its solid. The vast majority of its features are "under the hood" and it currently lacks a lot that TextMate (my main editor) has. But, I'm looking forward to its further development as I think it has promise. Much thanks to the developer!
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Version 0.0.2
Tony2013
09 February 2013
The link is broken!!!
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Version 0.0.3
1 answer(s)
manleyPower
manleyPower
10 February 2013
Kod has been abandoned by the developer: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/kod-app/Y9bNgpOUkXc/o8sKCKD3PFkJ
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Uniquepito
15 April 2012
Very nice editor, but: - I would appreciate possibility of support for different codepages (ISO, Windows CP...) - I still can't find editor for Mac, which supports marking same text (words) in the opened file. For example if I mark some word, other same words in the document will be highlighted...
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Version 0.0.3
1 answer(s)
gatovadio
gatovadio
16 May 2012
sublime text does your 2nd question (and a whole lot more via the incrdible number of plugins): "Selecting a word will highlight other occurrences. This can be controlled with the match_selection setting".
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bbw7
05 April 2012
@Vela, could you provide a link to where it says this is dead? It doesn't say anything to that effect at the Developer's site, i.e. http://kodapp.com/. Is there a way to PERMAMENTLY change the font size in the viewer? Using the font menu only temporarily changes the text size until more is typed in. Don't care for the jiggly text as one types, either. Otherwise I would like this app as it has tabs -- rather than a side drawer.
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Version 0.0.3
Theothertim
24 March 2012
It would be great to see this app developed further. I like the tab implementation, but I wish it followed the CMD+ convention like Chrome and Firefox to switch tabs. For instance, CMD+1 to go to the first tab, then CMD+5 to go to the fifth tab from the left. There are no preferences either, so you're stuck with what is given, which is fine for me because I love the colors chosen for the code. But the one thing that keeps me going back to Smultron/Fraise from all the other editors...a built-in preview of the code. In fact, a live update of the preview. It's such a time-saver.
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Version 0.0.3
myschizobuddy-1
12 October 2011
Seems like development has slowed down. Not good for a pre 1.0 product
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Version 0.0.3
Big-Mac-XXL
06 August 2011
Doesn't replace TextWrangler, but looks very promising. I stole the window design (black) and the font from Kod to use it in my TextWrangler. ;)
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Version 0.0.3
3 answer(s)
Theothertim
Theothertim
24 March 2012
What is the font used in Kod?
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Big-Mac-XXL
Big-Mac-XXL
24 March 2012
M+ 1m http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/M-1m
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Theothertim
Theothertim
24 March 2012
Thanks!
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Mark-Everitt
02 June 2011
What Kod lacks in features it makes up for in the huge array of languages it can syntax highlight. I write a lot of notes in markdown these days and the only other editor that handles that well is Textwrangler, which I sometimes find too irritating. I like to use Kod for quick edits because it's quite light.
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Version 0.0.3
mark-strahl
28 March 2011
This looks very promising and I like the Tron-like design. Anyway it is far from being a replacement for Smultron or TextWrangler. It's missing things like preferences since I would like to change the colors. Also I miss the possibility to change the encoding and line endings, as well as a status bar or info where I can see the no. of lines, encoding, etc. Printing is missing, too. But I must say it's a very positive thing that we might get another (hopefully) Mac-like editor.
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Version 0.0.3
Iliketrash
24 March 2011
This is an utter failure on my machine, PowerBook Pro 10.6.6. When I launch the program I get a pretty (but highly non-standard) window with a tab. After that: * Can't open a file. * Crashes when saving a new file. * Doesn't recognize focus when Find dialog is front, with respect to Command-W. * Tab selection by clicking doesn't work. * Crashed three times in five minutes. I'm not making this a review but what the heck is going on?
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Version 0.0.3
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04 February 2011
RE: "Sports a Chromium-like user interface where tabs can be torn off and moved between windows." Wouldn't it be better to describe it as Safari-like, since I believe it had that feature before Chrome? Good to see a new editor, looks promising.
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Version 0.0.3
1 answer(s)
MacBunny
MacBunny
23 March 2011
Exactly, we like Safari before Chrome... :-)
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3.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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