[TxMt] Re: sublime text 2 (slightly OT)
gvdgdo at gmail.com
Tue May 10 23:58:23 UTC 2011
On Wednesday, 11 May 2011 at 8:54 AM, Phil wrote:
On Tue, May 10, 2011 at 9:55 PM, Steve King <sking at arbor.net> wrote:
> > > I'm a long-time emacs and TextMate user. Just this past month I tried
> > > Sublime Text 2 -- and I've fallen in love with an editor again.
> > Heh. While I wouldn't say that I'm in love, exactly, Sublime and I did have
> > a bit of a fling together last night behind TextMate's back. It was wild
> > and fun, but Sublime is a little young for me. She needs to mature a bit
> > before I think about getting serious. Still, I hope TextMate has an open
> > mind about these sorts of things, because when Sublime grows up she's going
> > to be a knockout!
> I just looked quickly at it, and as it only had text/command
> completion based on the contents of the current buffer, I didn't
> consider it more. (I was looking for an editor for Python coding.)
> But I'm open for second looks, if I missed some vital pieces ... :)
In Sublime Text 2 the completion is customizable per syntax language (actually I think per scope), you can create a completion file for a language, in addition to the words in the (current) document.
All the best
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