sfuchs wrote:Sublimetext is too expensive? I say no. Coda will cost about 64 euros, a sexy interface is that it was already - I bought Coda and I'm not really happy with it. Unlike Sublimetext. FTP support, because I have Transmit.
For a professional developer of the award sets eh represents the lowest hurdle, the price for the license sought is purely with an hour of work and still have money for a good lunch for disposal.
For recreational users Sublimetext may be too expensive, because that would not make any money, but you're not forced to buy one license needs to take the "buy me" message be content.
In my understanding, it certainly looks like that when I use a tool which gives me an advantage, then I should also be willing to pay the price. Otherwise, I have to look for other alternatives (of which there are plenty).
I also pay for the current state of the software, I do not buy a lifetime of updates. I can not expect every day JPS developed a new update so that my update addiction is satisfied. Sure it would be nice if once JPS clearly expresses the future because it is surprising, even if since September no new nightly update came out.
Even OSX cost much cheaper.
I have to use ST2 and NP++ because NP++ have built-in FTP plugin.
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