Anyone found a way to do emacs\xemacs style autocompletion in sublime?
I don't really care which hotkey it uses, but I have found that xemacs's autocompletion based on proximity to be the most efficient for me and I rarely type more than 5 characters without using it. Other autocompletions such as Visual Studio or Sublime seem to put things in alphabetical order, which makes it much slower to use.
This is especially true for static globals, local variables, and parameters where the xemacs autocomplete will always guess the correct one after only 1 or 2 characters due to proximity, while sublime's autocomplete will almost invariably default to the wrong one and require me to search through the options until I find the right one.
Another problem I have is that I don't have autocompletion across files. I tried downloading the all autocomplete plugin and it works on my home computer, but seems to be conflicting with some other plugin and failing. Is there an error log somewhere I can check?