Using ST3 on a project that uses recursive make as its build system, you can't jump to the file and line with an error in it by double-clicking the error line in the build output. This is because make doesn't output the full path, just the filename:line:column. The error line does get highlighted, but if you double-click it ST3 will jump to a new (empty) file.
make: Entering directory `/projects/pr1/src/parser`
g++ <compiler options snipped>
parser.cc: In member function 'Parser::generate(int depth)':
parser.cc:201:44: error: 'ix' was not declared in this scope
The last line will be highlighted and clickable, but clicking it will open a new file in the project's root directory.