New version of BH pushed out.
-Better detection of auto-closing tags (hopefully)
-Experimental CFML support (read the readme for more info)
Also, I want to prepare people because very soon I will be removing possibly all of BH's shortcuts by default. Currently, most of the shortcuts use ctrl+shift+b (or super+shift+b on mac) which apparently overrides one of ST2's built in shortcuts (something to do with build systems...can't remember off the top of my head). Anyways, moving forward very soon I will remove the shortcuts and provide an example file instead. This way the user can set up shortcuts they like (you can even keep them the same as they are now if you don't mind the shortcut override; you just will need to define them yourself). This will prevent issues being filed in the future about shortcuts overriding other shortcuts.
Again, all the functionality will remain the same, but the user will have to define their own shortcuts, but I will provide an example file that can be used as a template. So now would be a good time to copy the BH shortcuts to your Default (whatever OS).sublime-keymap file to prepare for the future.
On a side note, if you use the HexViewer plugin, the same will happen for that plugin's shortcuts as well since it use the same shortcut in its sequences.