PreviewCode, my macOS Finder source code and data file preview app, has had a major update to support a bunch of developer-oriented file types requested by users. The new version, 1.2.0, is available now from the macOS App Store.
PreviewCode 1.2.0’s key additions — all requested by users — are support for:
- Terraform variable
.tfvarsfiles — joining
.tffiles, added in the previous release.
In addition, I’ve fixed a number of file-type-handling and file-type-ownership issues that slipped through the testing process for the last release — check out the release notes for details of those — but a more important change is basing the app’s rendering path on the latest release of the HighlighterSwift library, which in turn has been updated to support the latest version, 11.5.x, of the Highlight.js engine.
This brings PreviewCode fully up to date — the previous release was tracking the older, 10.x version of Highlight.js.