Notepad ++ version 8.2 fixed a memory leak

Notepad version 8.2 fixed a memory leak
Notepad version 8.2 fixed a memory leak

Starting the new year, the developer Don Ho of the famous editor Notepad ++ updated the code of his nifty little tool, fixing some issues.

One serious issue fixed is a memory leak while toggling between Dark/Lite Mode. For all other fixes in the new release, you can check out the changelog down below. The build number will become 8.2 after installing the update.

Notepad ++ has been around for a long time and is very popular with web developers and programmers. Notepad ++ is compatible with various programming languages.

Changelog for Notepad ++ 8.2

  • Fix UTF-8 detected wrongly as TIS-620 encoding issue.
  • Add auto save loaded session on exit feature (while “Open session in a new instance” is set in Multi-instance settings).
  • A comprehensive fix for dockable panels losing background color when switching back Notepad++.
  • Fix memory leak while toggling between Dark/Lite Mode.
  • Fix caret left-right inverse moving in RTL mode issue.
  • Fix Document List icons unchanged issue after switching to dark mode or changing to alternative icons.
  • Fix incorrect folding behaviour in C, C++, Java, JavaScript, TypeScript and Objective-C.
  • Update boost regexp from v1.76 to v1.78
  • “Rename tab” name field enlargement (from 20 to 63 char!).

Download: NotepadUpdate

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