I’ve previously written about my Sublime Text packages, but I’ve since switched to the excellent Code editor. If you’ve not heard of this editor before, you may be surprised by it. It’s a fast, lightweight, powerful, well supported, free, open source, cross platform, MIT licensed, Electron powered editor, and it’s built by Microsoft. A few years ago nobody would have believed Microsoft would build such a product, but they have, and it’s excellent.Continue reading “My Code Extensions”
Update August 2018: I use Code now.
Blog posts like these (the latest of which is Dominik Schilling’s) have helped me find packages in the past, so I thought it was time I published my own.
I use Sublime Text 3 for the same reason as Dominik. It’s exceptionally fast. One day I will inevitably switch to the free and open source Atom editor, but it’s got a long way to go until it can match ST3’s performance.
Here are the packages I use:
Update: Forget about SublimeCodeIntel and use the new CodeComplice package instead.
There is now a Sublime Text 3 compatible version of SublimeCodeIntel, thanks to the hard work of Germán M. Bravo (aka Kronuz). I had a job getting it to correctly index my project files though. I’m posting here what I did, in the hopes it’ll help someone else out.