- [FIXED] Fixed an issue that could cause valid license keys to be rejected on Windows.
Vale Server v1.12.1
Vale Server v1.12.0
- [NEW] Vale Server is now running the latest version of Vale (v2.10.4)
- [NEW] Vale Server now supports manual updates to its underlying Vale executable, allowing it to keep up with the CLI releases.
- [NEW] Vale Server now supports activation through an on-disk license key file.
- [FIXED] Fixed an issue that could cause the dashboard to fail to install remote styles.
Vale Server v1.11.0
- [NEW] Vale Server is now running the latest version of Vale (v2.6.8)
Vale Server v1.10
[NEW]: Vale Server is now available on all major Linux distributions through its new AppImage.
[NEW]: Updated dock icons on all platforms, and updated the tray icon on Windows for better contrast when using light-themed colors.
[NEW]: The VS Code, Atom, and Sublime Text clients now have a 'View Report' command that integrates with the new 'Summary' dashboard page.
[FIXED]: Fixed an issue that could cause the dashboard to fail to create a new vocab entry.
Vale Server v1.9
[NEW]: Vale Server's 'Studio' page is now publicly available at vale-studio.errata.ai.
[NEW]: Vale Server now has a new 'Summary' page, allowing users to create reports about local directories according to custom grading schemes.
[NEW]: Vale Server now supports three linting modes: Server (Vale Server only), Compatibility (Vale Server + Vale), Command Line (Vale only). The option has moved from the preferences window to the context menu.
Vale Server v1.8
[NEW]: Vale Server now supports running LanguageTool as a background process, greatly improving on-the-fly linting performance.
[NEW]: Vale Server's action-processing engine has been completely rewritten, incorporating many performance improvements.
[NEW]: New versions of the Atom, Sublime Text, and VS Code clients are now available.
Vale Server v1.7
[NEW]: Vale Server now supports specifying a "limit" how often a specific rule is reported.
[NEW]: Vale Server now supports a new extension point, "sequence," allowing for more grammar-focused rules.
[NEW]: The latest release of the Vale Server VS Code extension now includes vocabulary management features directly in the editor. Similar features will be added to Atom and Sublime Text soon.
[FIXED]: Vale Server will now request permission (when not already available) to install an update on Windows instead of showing an error message.
[FIXED]: Resolved an issue that caused some valid license keys to be denied upon initial validation.
Vale Server v1.6
Vale Server v1.6 introduces a number of performance enhancements, UI improvements, and big fixes:
[NEW] Windows 10 dark mode is now supported, giving the application a more native look when the mode is active.
[NEW] Vocabulary files now accept regular expressions.
[FIXED] Only one instance of Vale Server may be active now, fixing an issue where multiple instances could be inadvertently started.
[FIXED] Multiple ini-related syntax highlighting improvements and fixes.
[FIXED] Vale Studio now correctly ignores code-related scopes.
Vale Server v1.5
Vale Server v1.5 introduces improvements in performance, the installation and updating experience, and syncing options.
Vale Server now supports custom, project-specific
StylePaths, allowing for more flexible configuration and syncing options.
Vale Server is now built and distributed using VMware InstallBuilder on Windows, which a brings much more refined installation and updating experience.
Vocabularies are no longer tied to a specific project and are now created via the dashboard.
Vale Server now integrates directly with LanguageTool's desktop application, addressing some issues with installation and performance.
Vale Server v1.4
Vale Server v1.4 includes a completely re-designed Dashboard, including the first beta release of Vale Studio—a new interface for developing and testing Vale rules.
Other changes include:
- Fixed an issue that could cause vocabulary entries to be duplicated after a page refresh.
- Fixed an issue that could cause "Compatibility Mode" to fail at locating local configuration files.