iamntz wrote:You can't actually buy older version of software in general (except software that is sold on phisical support). Why would ST be an exception?
castles_made_of_sand wrote:Do you, for example, want Jon to backtrack, porting everything possible back to ST2 in a non breaking manner?
Do you want a promise of at least bug fixes for ST2?
It's not as much progress as you or I'd like, but ST3 IS progress. I'd rather see a mass transition ASAP.
What I'd like to see is a promise of bug fixes for ST2 for a reasonable period and wbond officially compensated for work in speedily porting Package Control and managing the transition.
Anomareh wrote:I'm pretty sure nothing anyone says in these forums or anywhere else will change the course of ST3. It is what it is. This is a thread for discussing the ST3 beta and I was merely expressing my disappointment in it.
jbjornson wrote:It's funny...so many people were complaining that there hadn't been any releases for SublimeText, but as soon as there is a release, people start complaining about the release! I don't get it.
jbjornson wrote:ST2 is end of life. ST3 is the new development and is probably available in the state that is is only because people have been complaining so much. If the development on ST3 is anything like ST2, there will be significant features that will be added over the next year or so.
jbrooksuk wrote:I'm actually quite surprised that Jon hasn't spoken to wbond and ensured that Package Manager works OOTB. I'm quite confident in saying that a vast majority of installs are due to the simplicity of PM and Jon could've reduced friction further by having this in there by default.
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