Ah, thanks for clarifying
So your issue with DetectSyntax is that it use regex, right ?
I'm pretty sure that phillip.koebbe can add something like "first_line_noregex" to is config file in less that five minutes.. if he want... and if you ask him...
I don't have a problem with regex, but I know some people don't know it at all or aren't very confident with it. I'm sure Phillip could do that, but the difference is that my plugin checks if 'env' is specified as part of the shebang (and ignores it). This allows for things like '#!/usr/bin/python' as well as '#!/usr/bin/env python'. That could be done with regex with DetectSyntax, but again it comes down to what the user is able to do. There would also be a lot of duplication - you would need the same regex for each language (PHP, Python, Ruby, Bash, etc) - it'd get quite messy
I totally disagree with this view.
It's not the job of wbond to check every package that people want to be added to Package Control, with the current trend it will a full time job in a few months...
This is a community driven repository so people could and have to give their opinions about its content, and this is why three people already ask you to think about it's inclusion in Package Control.
Sorry, I probably didn't phrase it right - I said that as I've noticed Will commenting on some other pull requests to that effect.
OK - I know when I'm defeated, so I'll remove my pull request from Package Control. As I said previously, I don't expect this plugin to last very long anyway, as it's likely to be fixed soon (if not already, in a dev build) in Sublime core.
I appreciate all your feedback everyone, even though we may not agree - slightly disappointing reception for my first plugin, but such is life