Bare Bones Software has released BBEdit 12.6, which introduces a major architectural change to the long-lasting text editor. Now a sandboxed application, BBEdit compatible with security policies and practices built into macOS, which Apple requires for participation in the Mac App Store. Be sure to read the release notes for details on the consequences of sandboxing.
The update also includes nearly 90 additions, enhancements, and bug fixes. It adds a folder submenu to the main program menu for easier access to BBEdit's application support folder, allows you to double-click anywhere in a syntax-colored number to select the whole number, so that changes in expert preferences from the command line can take effect immediately, resolving one errors that prevented the original line number from Go to Line from including folded areas, resolves a problem where Command-Shift clicks on a URL failed to open it in the background, and improves Find differences so that the selected results do not appear less intense version of the difference color. ($ 49.99 new, free update, 1