Bare Bones Software announced Wednesday the release of BBEdit 9.3. This update includes improvements to the Projects feature, ctag data files, FTP/SFTP browsing, and the clipping system. Bare Bones has also introduced a new command-line utility called bbfind.
For the Projects feature, BBEdit 9.3 allows users to add Finder saved searches. Projects can also better handle non-text files, and allow users to preview files via QuickLook in Snow Leopard. The update also adds the ability to make language-specific ctags data files to serve as completion sources.
The clipping system allows users to combine Clipping sets for easier access in mixed-language files, and the FTP/SFTP browser has a "New" button that allows for the creation of new folders and files directly in the browser.
Bare Bones has also added support for BBEdit's multi-file searching feature from the Mac OS X command line. The command lie tool is called bbfind, and the company said users could add BBEdit into a Unix workflow.