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Sublime Text is a sophisticated text editor for code, html and prose - any kind of text file. You'll love the slick user interface and extraordinary features.
Sublime Text may be downloaded and evaluated for free without an expiration time limit, however a license must be purchased for continued use.
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Auto-saving Autocompletion Automatic packaging Code completion Customizable Directory structure Extensible by Plugins/Extensions Fullscreen support Lightweight Memory footprint Minimap Multiple cursors Distraction-free UI Package Control Plugin API Portable Scriptwriting Assistant Syntax Highlighting Text editing Auto-Refresh Add a feature
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Fast, a lot of plugins, no useless stuffs
Saw "Free", then I saw "Purchase A License".
In part its still free. Just you will get the annoying purchase dialog here and there. But the software is rather free to use with no visible limitations. So "Purchase A License" is not a major concern. Aldo I love Sublime Text 3 I still think Notepad++ is much better do to the sole reason it has a build in FTP.
It's open source and I can easily find a license on the web for #2
While most will just use it and put up with the "you're using a trial, please buy the license."
You don't charge dirty, poor programmers $60 for a text editor. No matter how good it is, you'll just scare away the peasants to something murdering them inside such as Notepad++. Trust me, the editor is brilliant and is totally worth switching to if all you use if simple stuff. Arguably better than even Textmate, perhaps.
Try it, you might be surprised.
Flexible, Superfast, easy to use and multiplattform.
Sublime is my all-time favorite text editor and I don't think I'll ever have a reason to try any others. It's simple, but it has everything I need. I like the fact that you can add custom styles to change the colors of the interface and I also (usually) like the auto-complete feature while you're typing code and it almost always manages to guess what I'm about to type correctly. To be quite honest, I don't like the idea of paying for a text editor and it's been awhile but I think I actually got Sublime for free with a Torrent. However, I do think it's worth paying for and that it's one of the all-around best text-editors out there.
100% Love it, I love all the customization that you can use, different packages that you can download. If you are any kind of developer especially a Web Dev like me, then I highly suggest this as it is also free!
When do they release the FINAL V3 ?
The beta V3 are stable enough...
I have mixed feelings about this editor, unfortunately...
I love it and I hate it at the same time.
Why I love this editor:
BUT! I hate this editor too, because of:
Sad, but if the thing will continue to be like it is right now - the editor will die really soon...
The only to-go-to editor that rules them all ;)
It's not using Electron as a base, making it streamlined and fast. It also has many package options and expandability with Package Control. I mainly use it for AutoHotKey, which Package Control has a package adding support for it. Highly recommended.
fully support regular expressions, really convenient to process text
Blazingly fast, low memory consumption, easy to use.
It's very lightweight, super easy to use and I found an addon for every additional feature I was looking for.
It already includes a lot of features (e. g. multiple cursors, etc.) making it a good compromise if you don't want to invest a lot of time into learning something like Vim.
But most important in comparison to other text editor I've used, it's extremely stable and has a very fast startup time.