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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby SteveCooperOrg on Fri Nov 06, 2009 11:08 am

Wow. Talk about price inflation! Slickedit on Windows+mac clocks in at $449. Yikes.
Maybe what you're looking for is at the http://www.sublimetextwiki.com
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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby Henrik on Tue Jun 22, 2010 8:38 am

I got meself a mac recently and like it pretty well, but I seriously mourn the loss of Sublime. There's simply no 1:1 replacement for it on OSX. Port it to mac and I'll throw some more money at you :D
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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby Incendium on Tue Jun 22, 2010 2:12 pm

Sublime works pretty well with Crossover (commercial version of wine), might try giving it a shot if you are dying to have it back. ;)

I use Crossover Linux + Sublime at work and it works great aside from having to reload the program on config changes, but that is just a minor quirk.
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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby Henrik on Tue Jun 22, 2010 3:25 pm

Incendium wrote:Sublime works pretty well with Crossover (commercial version of wine), might try giving it a shot if you are dying to have it back. ;)

I use Crossover Linux + Sublime at work and it works great aside from having to reload the program on config changes, but that is just a minor quirk.

Oh, excellent! I'll do that until there's an official version *cough* ;)
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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby Marciano on Tue Jun 22, 2010 9:44 pm

Henrik---Since you're on a Mac, what exactly is TextMate missing besides the minimap? I'm just curious.
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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby Henrik on Wed Jun 30, 2010 3:39 pm

Marciano wrote:Henrik---Since you're on a Mac, what exactly is TextMate missing besides the minimap? I'm just curious.

The project management for starters. Since I work in Symfony (and Apostrophe Now) projects a lot, it's very handy to have the project consist of a bunch of files matching a certain criterion. Furthermore, the search and replace is a time saver, for sure. Other than that, the general keyboard centric behaviour is very ergonomic in the long run (albeit with a learning curve, as I'm sure you are aware).
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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby eric1235711 on Thu Jul 08, 2010 10:15 pm

In Linux, there's GEdit, that is pretty simple and functional. It got good plugins but miss some. It's what I use when I'm on a linux.

When I'm on a Windows (usually at my work pc) I use Sublime.

I have no doubt that Sublime is superior to GEdit, but GEdit is fine.
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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby Henrik on Wed Jul 21, 2010 12:50 pm

I'm using Espresso right now (on the Mac). It's quite good, but still feels sort of like driving around in a Ford Escort when you have a Tesla at home in the garage.
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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby Liothen on Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:42 am

Its almost disturbing to hear people talk about how companies dont do cross-platform, i can think of alot of cross platform applications in the commercial enviroment.
just about all of AutoDesk's software. not to mention even Valve is going to linux to expand there client tell. Not to start a flame war,
but when it comes to developers not all of us use windows.
I currently use Sublime for part of my development due to one of the two machines i use is Windows but my main development is on Linux systems.
Only have Linux servers so it makes sense to use the same platform as my deployment enviroment. I would pay extra to get a better editor in Linux
the closest application i can compare it to is VIM in console
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Re: Sublime for Linux :D

Postby willi297 on Thu Sep 09, 2010 1:08 pm

I sure hope it happens. I have a lot of devs interested in it, but so much of the dev crowd despises windows (including me).
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