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Sublime Text 1.4

Sublime Text 1.4 is now available for all users. The focus for 1.4 has been on refinement and polish, with a host of small tweaks and improvements: a full list of changes in available on the beta page. Highlights are a significant improvement in startup time, and a reduction in memory usage. Also featuring is a new system for automatic indentation, which especially improves the editing experience in languages like Ruby and Lua.

Sublime Text 1.4 is available for download, either as a traditional installer, or a portable version suitable for running from a USB key.

Jon Skinner


  1. Awesome! I love sublime text! I was wondering though did the project pane get added to this release?


    Comment by Nathan — September 15, 2010 @ 2:35 am

  2. Nathan: Project panel is still a beta only feature, I expect it to make it in for the next stable release though.

    Comment by Jon Skinner — September 15, 2010 @ 1:47 pm

  3. Can I convert encoding in Sublime Text Editor for example from ANSI to UTF-8 without BOM ? Can someone tell me how encoding works in Sublime Text Editor ?

    Comment by Curious — September 15, 2010 @ 6:15 pm

  4. Curious: You can read and write files with various encodings using the File/Open with encoding and File/Save with encoding menus.

    Comment by Jon Skinner — September 17, 2010 @ 1:23 am

  5. Very good for the Lua update. Thanks Jon.

    Comment by Shaun — September 17, 2010 @ 4:15 pm

  6. Awesome! Best editor ever!

    Comment by Niklas — September 22, 2010 @ 2:25 am

  7. You can turn on the project panel in 1.4. Go to General Options and change showProjectPanel to true.

    Comment by ldemon — September 23, 2010 @ 3:08 am

  8. Sublime is amazing, I just wish it would be more affordable.

    Comment by Erp — September 27, 2010 @ 9:06 am

  9. @Erp
    >> Sublime is amazing, I just wish it would be more affordable.

    Seriously? I realize not everyone has $60 of disposable income in this economy, but for a tool with the quality of Sublime, it’s extremely inexpensive. I’ve owned numerous editors throughout my career, and besides the free/OSS ones I can’t think of a single one that cost this little — most were several times more expensive. When you consider the liberal license agreement that allows you to use a single license on all of your computers, it’s an even better bargain.

    Comment by David — October 7, 2010 @ 8:54 am

  10. SublimeText is the greatest text editor I’ve ever used, and by a good margin! Version 1.4 addressed the last few niggles I had left, and it is now officially PERFECT! :)

    The minimalistic interface (in a universe of kitchen sink text editors), the elegance and efficiency of the implementation, the Python integration, the innovative multi-selection… it all works and makes for a stunningly productive environment.

    I can’t imagine using anything else for my daily grind at this point. I have it neatly integrated with our build system and with Perforce.

    Keep up the good work!

    Comment by Andrea Pessino — November 25, 2010 @ 5:15 am

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