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Re: ARM build?

Postby JeffCost on Wed Oct 30, 2013 2:05 am

I love SB it's the best editor ever! I am a licensed user since nov. 2012 and I would love to see a ARM build.

+1 ARM build!
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Re: ARM build?

Postby outrigger on Thu Nov 14, 2013 8:18 pm

+1 On arm build. I"m using Crouton on my Chromebook and love Sublime Text :mrgreen:
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Re: ARM build?

Postby dr_jkl on Sat Nov 16, 2013 11:33 pm

I would like to add my voice to support an arm build.
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Re: ARM build?

Postby locsmif on Sun Nov 17, 2013 8:39 pm

niksac wrote:I wrote to the sales team and they say no arm build is planned because the invested time wouldn't pay of. I hop that as soon as more requests come in they might change their mind.


That's closed source vendor lock-in biting you in the ass. Now that you're hooked, you have to beg for platform support. :D

Read this: The Free Software Definition

How many free software libraries were used in the development of Sublime? Switch to free software and compile for ARM any time you want.
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Re: ARM build?

Postby idxxx23 on Wed Jan 29, 2014 10:22 am

Switching from x86 to ARM so I need and vote for the ARM version Sublime Text ... until an ARM version ST will not exist, my license will be unused :( ... and I will have to find and use a different editor :(
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Re: ARM build?

Postby edomoli on Fri Jan 31, 2014 5:48 pm

Another request for an armhf architecture (Raspberry Pi) build here, please... I ask also for all the other Raspberry community fans addicted to Sublime Text!

+1 ARM build!
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Re: ARM build?

Postby enildeR on Sat Feb 01, 2014 10:21 pm

I've been using sublime text on my macbook. I love it. It's become my main app for coding. Having an arm package for ubuntu would be great, as I could then use it on my Chromebook.

+1 arm build
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Re: ARM build?

Postby UnaClocker on Wed Feb 12, 2014 9:22 pm

locsmif wrote:
niksac wrote:I wrote to the sales team and they say no arm build is planned because the invested time wouldn't pay of. I hop that as soon as more requests come in they might change their mind.


That's closed source vendor lock-in biting you in the ass. Now that you're hooked, you have to beg for platform support. :D

Read this: The Free Software Definition

How many free software libraries were used in the development of Sublime? Switch to free software and compile for ARM any time you want.

I tend to agree. There's just about nothing in the open source repositories that won't Just Compile on ARM. The developers claiming it's too much time for too little return is a cop out.
Add my +1 to the request for an ARM port, but I'm not buying your excuse. Grab yourself a $35 Pi, compile a Linux version, and recover your $35 investment with the very first sale. You'll get tons of publicity for doing it, because the Raspberry Pi is a very very hot topic nowadays, and you'll get a ton of very young users who will learn to love your app from a young age and continue to promote it for years to come. It's a no brainer in my book. Just do it.
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Re: ARM build?

Postby spazza on Mon Feb 24, 2014 1:37 pm

Hello,

Just adding another +1 for an ARM build, I am also another already licensed user of sublime text.

- Spencer
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Re: ARM build?

Postby NullVoxPopuli on Sun Mar 09, 2014 4:03 pm

I already have a sublime text 2 licence. Been Using sublime text 3 for a while now. I am planning to buy Sublime Text 3, but I need arm7 support for my HP11 chromebook running Ubuntu via Crouton.

thanks!

+1 Arm
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