Chocolat 3.0.2

An easy to use text editor for OS X users that incorporates itself in native Cocoa by adding very powerful text editing tools with an easy to use interface
Chocolat is an intuitive OS X text editor that incorporates native Cocoa with powerful text editing tools.

Chocolat's easy to use interface is able to display multiple files at once or two parts of the same file in different panels.

Chocolat is also able to code-complete standard library and user defined symbols.

Main features:

  • Text editing
  • Split editing
  • Code completion
  • Live Errors
  • Folding
  • Symbol List
  • Blockedit
  • Vim mode
  • Jump to definition
  • Project find
  • Go to file
  • Web preview

last updated on:
November 24th, 2014, 10:17 GMT
file size:
20.3 MB
developed by:
Chocolat Team
license type:
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.9 or later
binary format:
Intel only
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Chocolat - From Chocolat's main window you will be able to open, edit and write multiple files and documents at the same time.Chocolat - The Text menu helps you select a word, a line, a block of text or everything in the current file.Chocolat - By accessing the Actions menu, you can choose a certain script and consult the documentation for the selected script.ChocolatChocolatChocolatChocolat
What's New in This Release:
  • Feature: Double tap docs - hover over a function/class name and double tap the command key quickly. A popover will appear with relevant online documentation. Somewhat experimental. Powered by
  • Feature: New, abstract, flatter, Yosemite-style icon. I am prepared for the hate, give me all you got.
  • Bug: Fixed the status bar not updating when the theme changes.
  • Note: Shaved some latency off opening a file by removing excess redrawing.
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