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What do you use Sublime Text for?

What do you use Sublime Text for?

ASP
9
1%
C#
17
1%
C++
73
5%
Clojure
8
1%
D
1
0%
Erlang
6
0%
Go
15
1%
Haskell
12
1%
HTML and CSS
177
13%
Java
30
2%
JavaScript
162
11%
LaTeX
40
3%
Lua
26
2%
Markdown
98
7%
Objective-C
13
1%
PHP
108
8%
Plain Text
158
11%
Python
142
10%
reStructuredText
20
1%
Ruby
55
4%
Scala
9
1%
SQL
64
5%
XML
75
5%
Other
96
7%
 
Total votes : 1414

Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby enzy on Sat Feb 23, 2013 10:39 am

LESS
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Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby gsouza on Sat Feb 23, 2013 4:06 pm

HTML and CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Python
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Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby SLH on Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:32 pm

LaTeX (my primary text-editing need and the reason I wanted to get ST)

Occasionally also:
shell scripts
NWScript (might be the only person using it for this one!)
Mathematica
any other scripts I want to open to see how they work (PHP, Javascript)
Ruby (trying to learn this now)
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Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby thecrumb on Mon Feb 25, 2013 12:17 pm

* ColdFusion (CFML) No it's not dead...
* AutoHotkey

Really I use Sublime for everything - it is my default editor for Filezilla, Oracle SQL Dev, BeyondCompare, etc.

Jim
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Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby n00ge on Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:39 pm

Also using Haml, SCSS, and Coffeescript regularly.
http://twitter.com/n00ge
Sublime Text 3 dev builds | OS X 10.8.2 & Ubuntu 13.04
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Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby jps on Wed Feb 27, 2013 7:06 am

Thanks for the votes and replies everyone, it's been interesting to see
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Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby juanschenini on Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:21 am

One more

C/C++
LATEX
MATLAB
VHDL
Plain text

and to explore all the other files.
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Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby dafire on Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:30 am

PLIST
JSON
Coffeescript
Jinja2
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Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby lmedinas on Wed Feb 27, 2013 6:15 pm

Honestly i'm a bit suprised that aren't much people using C\C++ or even compiled languages.
Is there any sort of missing functionality for compiled languages that i'm not aware of ? (Mainly i use 70% C++)

It might not have a direct code browser on the screen but you see the methods in the code definition.
Maybe it's missing the hability to index external libraries which makes more atractive for compiled languages.
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Re: What do you use Sublime Text for?

Postby facelessuser on Wed Feb 27, 2013 6:35 pm

I use ST for C/C++. The stock C/C++ syntax files causes a number of syntax highlight issues. I had to fork it and patch most of them myself...and even then it still is not perfect. The syntax file approaches things in blocks: if blocks, function blocks, #if blocks etc. Compiler switches can throw these blocks off depending how they are used to break up code. On top of that, since everything is evaluated in blocks, you get this recursive problem as the syntax highlighter digs into nested blocks. Sometimes, the highlighter crashes (leaving un-highlighted code) due to exceeding some recursive limit. I don't have that issue much anymore with since I have patched my own version, but I still do see issues from time to time, but it is usable enough for me to not worry about it.
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