Bare Bones Software today announced the immediate availability of TextWrangler 1.0, a new application for general purpose text editing and processing of data. TextWrangler serves as an editor for composing and modifying plain text and text-oriented data, including Unicode (UTF-8 and UTF-16) files and most non-Roman single-byte files. It features an integrated spell checker, an assortment of character formatting commands, and the ability to integrate TextWrangler with Unix tools and scripts on Mac OS X, by means of the “edit” command-line tool. The software offers multi-file searching and replacing with optional PCRE (Perl-compatible Regular Expression) matching, as well as extensive FTP support. For software developers, TextWrangler offers syntax coloring and source-code navigation for ANSI C, C++ and Objective C source files, a Find Differences command, integration with Project Builder (v2.1 or higher), and built-in support for Mac OS X developer. TextWrangler (US$49) is available for Mac OS 9.1 or later and Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later (10.2.4 strongly recommended).