longphant wrote:I am a Slickedit user. There are a lot of convenient things within Slickedit that I really like, and I am assuming Sublime Text might be able to do it. I am under the impression that ST is more of a text editor like Notepad++ and not like an IDE where you can jump to functions. But then I saw that it's possible to make ST like an IDE if you use add-ons. I am going to list the most important ones to me. Please let me know if these functionalities exist, and if you know how to do it, please tell me how to do it
1) With cursor above a variable/function, go to declaration
2) With cursor above a variable/function, list references
3) Auto complete brackets or parenthesis
4) Mouse over a variable and have a small pop up that shows that data type it is
longphant wrote:Thank you for the information. Why is it that ST costs $70? Notepad++ is free and can do a lot of things. Do you know what ST has over Notepad++ that would cost $70?
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