I still don't get some details about the ST3 API changes. Here are a couple of concrete questions (one refers to Will Bond's ST2 plugin tutorial):
1) The plugin API is now thread-safe. Does that mean that I can call API functions from a thread? In ST2, I always had to do the API calls from the main plugin thread and not from the threaded code (e.g. call to `sublime.status_message`).
2) What are the new asynchronous API events? `on_modified_async` is the example in the beta ST3 beta blog post and I guess behaves like `on_modified` but in a separate thread. Is there a list anywhere because I can't find them in the API documentation at http://www.sublimetext.com/docs/3/api_r ... ntListener
3) What does "Projects are exposed to the API" mean?
4) Will Bond's ST2 plugin tutorial is great (link below) particularly because it is a little more advanced and covers threading. Can anyone comment on how ST3 affects the the stuff covered in the tutorial? http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/pytho ... -2-plugin/ST3 API changes
(from blog post)
API: Upgrade from Python 2.6 to Python 3.3
API: Plugins run out-of-process
API: Plugin API is now thread-safe
API: Some API events are now run asynchronously
API: begin_edit() / end_edit() are no longer accessible
API: Projects are exposed to the API
API: Added window.settings() and window.template_settings()
API: show_quick_panel() accepts an on_highlighted callback