NitroFlare CodeKit 2.5.1 Mac OSX

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    CodeKit 2.5.1 | MacOSX | 46.43 MB

    CodeKit able to compile Less, Sass, Stylus, CoffeeScript, Typescript, Jade, Haml, Slim, Markdown & javascript; optimize minifitsirovat, squeeze all that is possible to optimize, compress and minifitsirovat; check the syntax of javascript and CoffeeScript; LiveReload create a compound that will be accessible in any browser, on any device. the most common frameworks (Foundation, Bourbon, Compass) is already inside, but even steeper - is built Bower; generate Source Map; plus everything you can "automate its" with AppleScript or Bash.

    Main advantages:
    * Synchronize project settings for groups and machines in the open JSON format
    * Keep one copy of the file on disk and easily use it in many projects, without worrying about file paths.
    * Do script debugging fun and easy.
    * Lossless, you can reduce the size of JPEG and PNG file with one click and see the saved result.

    What's new in Version 2.5.1:
    * On OS X 10.11 El Capitan, dragging a folder onto the window would not work in some instances. It now does.
    * In BBEdit, certain file icons caused choppy scrolling. That is no longer the case.
    * When setting an output path for a file, the path sometimes erroneously re-started at / Users / if your filesystem had corruption. This will no longer happen. Apple fixed the corruption issue in 10.11, so this affects only those on 10.10 and below.
    * An issue where certain http downloads were rejected on El Capitan.
    * An issue where Autoprefixer whined about something being deprecated.
    * In some edge cases, sending Matt Damon into space results in unpredictable behavior. This update addresses the issue by no longer sending Matt Damon into space.

    * This release brings TypeScript 1.6.2, which is notable for a few reasons:
    * TypeScript now supports JSX and React with the new * .tsx file extension.
    * There are two new options: module resolution and JSX handling. If you work with TypeScript, you should check the docs and make sure these are set correctly for your project.
    * There are some backwards-incompatible changes. Read the TypeScript blog for more information.

    Component Updates
    * Less -> 2.5.3
    * Sass -> 3.4.19
    * Stylus -> 0.52.4
    * CoffeeScript -> 1.10
    * TypeScript -> 1.6.2
    * Uglify -> 2.5
    * Autoprefixer -> 6.0.3
    * Bourbon -> 4.2.5
    * Node -> Not 4.0 because Aaron said it screwed everything up.

    OS - MacOSX 10.8 or Later
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