Chocolat 3.2.1 – Native Cocoa text editor.

Chocolat is a new text editor that combines native Cocoa with powerful text editing tools.


  • Split editing
  • Code completion
  • Live errors
  • Folding
  • Symbol list
  • Blockedit
  • Vim mode
  • Jump to definition
  • Project find
  • Go to file
  • Web preview
  • Documentation


Version 3.2.1:

  • Support for ES6 code completion and symbol list
  • Updated Rust and Swift bundles
  • Actions now default to Python 3 if installed. Use virtualenvs to specify otherwise
  • Text -> Insert -> Counter (Cmd-Alt-3). Inserts 1, 2, 3, … in multi-cursor mode
  • Cmd-Ctrl-T “Reveal in Terminal”. Opens the current file’s parent directory in Clone workspace is now Cmd-Option-T
  • Updated some of the default templates (e.g., HTML template now has meta viewport)
  • Recompiled tm2truffle with ARC
  • Added new CSS properties and bleeding edge vendor prefixes
  • More memory usage improvements in syntax highlighting
  • Added HTML main element to code completion
  • 3.2.1 ninja update. Fixed a poor interaction between key bindings and the File->Close Window menu item, whereby it would lose its key binding and have to be set manually
  • Oops, remove a few nonsense CSS properties that got worked their way into the CSS completions
  • Show code completion even if the full property name has been typed out
  • Reduced memory usage from syntax highlighting by ~30% by lazily storing capture information
  • Cmd-Alt-dot (close tag) now works in multi-cursor mode
  • choc CLI should work now if given multiple file paths


OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor


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