The development team behind GNOME’s default text editor application, Gedit, has announced recently that another milestone of the upcoming Gedit 3.12 release is available for download and testing.
Gedit 3.11.3 improves the new user interface that was introduced in this release cycle, finalizes the new API in order to extend the menu from plugins, adapts the plugins to the latest changes, and makes the command-line handling work again.
Furthermore, Gedit 3.11.3 now detects when an Internet connection is not available and warns users when using remote documents, introduces an fpaste utility to the external tools scripts, rewrites the build system with non recursive Makefiles, improves the documentation, fixes various other small bugs, and updates several translations.
Download Gedit 3.11.3 right now from Softpedia. Keep in mind that this is a development release and it should not be installed on production machines, as it’s intended for testing purposes only. More details can be found in the official raw changelog.