Build 3103 of Sublime Text has been released. Have you tried the update yet?
I don't want to get a carpal tunnel before 30
lmao @ vim users
By using proprietary software you are endorsing a world in which users are not in control, in which computer users live in a digital jail with no control whatsoever. You should not want to take away the freedom of modern humankind.
well i use GNU/Linux as OS and i use sublime too because i don't want to spend time learning all the key shortcuts from vim.
Also, sublime as mini-map for your code and its fast as hell.
i have vim but i only use it to edit conf files
>tfw too poor to afford Sublime and too pussy to go to warez sites
If you work for anyone (or do research for a CS group at your university or something) you can get a license. Just ask whoever to reimburse the expense.
Seriously, a license for $80 is trivial to them. Nobody will give you shit for preferring an editor that happens to cost a bit of money.
Shilling aside, atom is pretty heavy on resources (for a text editor, at least), plus it doesnt have as much support as other text editors
Id say download it portable, if you like it, keep it, otherwise just delete it.
NotepadPP is pretty fucking cool too.
Oh boy... you are worse case scenario retard if you don't know how to google a thing.
If you can't find a fucking simple serial for the program then what are your expectations of fucking using it itself? Will you be making notes how fucking pathetic and stupid you are? Stupid.
why not just use superior Atom??
It literally doesn't matter what text editor you use as long as you find one you like. I've used Atom, Vim, Notepad++ and they're all great in their own way. But whenever I need to do some serious programming I use an JetBrains IDE. What do you guys not understand.
>it has the best plugins (because of huge community)
I agree with you on the text editors. I use Sublime because I really like the plugin system it has. I was a Vim users on Linux and UltraEdit on Windows but UltraEdit is shit compared to Sublime. I only use a Jetbrains IDE when doing java as it is the least worse option.
>using laggy crappy shit that lags harder than a fucking constipated shit from an ass unironically
>can barely open 2mb file
>that stockholm syndrome
>that buyers remorse
Targets dirty slobs that don't have a wife to clean their house.
When I see somebody is using Sublime I automatically assume they're technologically illiterate
OSX - TextWrangler
Linux - emacs, vim
Windows - NotepadPP, Visual Studio
all are better alternatives to that hipster garbage
>all are better alternatives to that hipster garbage
Can you tell me few things I cant do in sublime text?
You know... the actual reasons why it is inferior?
I mean you look like a fucking madman claiming notepad++ is anywhere comparable with 3000 plugins strong sublime, usable, good looking out of the box...
Oh wow. How did they manage to use C++ and fuck it up so badly. Literally VSCode feels snappier that this lagdroid tier shit.
>Stutters while scrolling on Linux #803
>Bracket matching gives up after 4000 characters #287
>Massive Memory Leak on Linux... #648
>ST3 Freezing When Using SMB Fileshare #594
>"Find" extremely slow on OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) #527
>ST3: Editor locks up while in full screen after putting mac to sleep #427
Nope, C# is one of the main languages for VS Code (obviously)
Yes, it's pretty nice.
Use whatever you think is comfy. I bought Tempus II back in the day. I tend to use nano under *nix because I never really got on with either emacs or vi/vim.
3 is still in development, aka not ready for full release. There could be stability bugs or compatibility issues that need to be eliminated before it's fully released.
2 is still the recommended download on the front page and you need to download 3 as the beta version if you want it.