Coda 1.5 released
With version 1.5, Coda adds Subversion to its tool-belt, which is sure to make many, many users extremely happy. Git might be the new hotness, but seeing as graphical SVN clients are just now starting to trickle onto OS X, this is great news to any Mac developer.
In typical Coda-style, Subversion access is clean and easy to manage. Source-control is set-up on a per-site basis. If your existing site already has a SVN directory, Coda detects it automatically. You can also enter in a repository's URL and login details to checkout a copy of a repository if no local copy exists.
In addition to Subversion support, Coda 1.5 also boasts a much-improved find and replace system. The find and replace command can now span all open files, files in a directory, or files in the local root site. In the past, this was one of my only problems with Coda -- I had to search through each file to find a specific line of code, instead of being able to search across a group of files. This is great for updating an image directory or changing a file name across a bunch of PHP or CSS files.
Coda's Clips feature has also been improved with support for groupings, importing, and exporting. There are lots of other improvements (check out the release notes) that make an already great program even better.
Coda 1.5 is a free update for all existing Coda users. You can download a 15-day trial from Panic's site. Pricing is $99 for new users, $85 for existing Transmit 3 customers. Coda requires OS X 10.4+.