Sublime Text for Mac

Sublime Text for Mac

Average User Rating:
4.0
out of 7 votes

Quick Specs

  • Version:
    2181
  • Total Downloads:
    7,880
  • Date Added:
    Feb. 22, 2012
  • Price:
    Free

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5 stars

"Amazing Software"

June 15, 2012  |  By ClickNMix

 |  Version: Sublime Text 2181

Pros

Stylish editor that works across all platforms (And as a bonus, all the configs and plugins are text based so with a bit of tweaking you can sync everything by DropBox or Google Drive)

Cons

Some of the options like adding snippets and plugins are a bit of a manual process which might be a bit daunting to people at first, but it's well documented and there is an easy to install package manager that will help.

Summary

Well worth the price tag and free to try forever if you don't mind the nag screen.

Try it and make up your own mind.

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5 stars

"Amazing and fast"

June 10, 2012  |  By sg121ob

 |  Version: Sublime Text 2181

Pros

It's beautiful and with a very active user base, the third party plugins make the possibilities endless.
There is no time limit for the trial period so you can use it with out the license and at full capacity to.
Fast and reliable, the dev version is constantly updated.
Multiple cursors! you wont believe the amount of time they save.
The best text editor in the market by far.

Cons

A little bit on the pricey side, but totally worth it, I'm currently using the free version but I will most definitely pull some money together to buy the license.

Summary

Fast, beautiful, reliable and easy to use. With and active user base and with even more active pluggin developers Sublime Text offers a great experience for code editing.
It doesn't matter if you are a seasoned pro or a beginner, if you are on the market for a fantastic text editor look no further Sublime Text will give you everything you are looking for and more.

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1 stars

"Free? Nope. A blatant FRAUD!!"

February 22, 2012  |  By staylorpi

 |  Version: Sublime Text 2181

Pros

None. Didn't try it after I barfed when reading that it really costs $59.00.

Cons

To me, "Free" means "Free" -- not "free to try" or "free to evaluate".

Summary

A fraud is a fraud. I wouldn't go near this thing, even if they offered it to me for ..... FREE.

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Full Specifications

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What's new in version 2181
  • See the blog post for a summary
  • New Icon, by The Iconfactory
  • File and Global settings have been combined into a single settings file
  • Selecting a word will highlight other occurrences. This can be controlled with the match_selection setting
  • Reworked text rendering for improved quality
  • Improved automatic indentation. It now uses bracket matching to better determine indentation
  • Added setting indent_to_bracket and smart_indent, to customize automatic indentation
  • Auto Complete is less intrusive
  • Renaming a file via the side bar will rename any open files
  • Improved folder scanning performance on huge directory trees
  • Untitled files have their name set automatically from the first line of the file. The can be controlled with the set_unsaved_view_name setting
  • Ruby: #{} is expanded when # is entered in a string
  • Folder names are shown in the window title if no project is open
  • Folders in projects are stored with relative paths
  • Added Save with Encoding
  • Spelling errors are indicated with an underline only, the foreground color of the text is no longer changed
  • Added no_bold and no_italic font options
  • Added margin setting, to control the size of the gutter
  • Key bindings for Goto Anything, Save, etc will work if a panel has input focus
  • "Open all with current extension as" handles filenames without extensions
  • Fixed an auto complete display issue
  • Fixed find_under_expand not setting whole_word correctly
  • Fixed Paste and Indent adding unwanted whitespace when pasting within a line
  • Fixed a minor compatibility issue with .tmLanguage files
  • Fixed a tab dragging issue on OS X and Windows
  • OS X: Tweaked sub-pixel positioning to match TextEdit and Terminal. The previous behavior is available via the no_round font option.
  • OS X: Open File and Open Folder have been combined into a single Open menu item
  • OS X: Control+Option+Left/Right will move by sub words, in the same manner as Control+Left/Right
  • Windows: Default font is now Consolas
  • Windows: Improved text rendering quality when using Direct Write
  • Windows: Added support for --wait
  • Windows: Added support for drive letter relative paths passed on the command line
  • Windows and Linux: Added key bindings for ctrl+shift+backspace/delete
  • Linux: Added a workaround for a glibc bug when MALLOC_CHECK_ is defined
  • Linux: Pango is used for font rendering, improving support for CJK text
  • Vintage: Escape cancels current input (thanks fjl)
  • Vintage: Pasting over visual mode selections works as expected (thanks misfo)
  • Vintage: Linewise changes set indentation (thanks misfo)
  • Vintage: Linewise motions work as expected (thanks misfo)
  • Vintage: c, C, s and S update registers (thanks misfo)
  • Vintage: Tweaks to G and gg (thanks guillermooo)
  • Vintage: Added zt and zb (thanks djjcast)
  • Vintage: Added gq (thanks orutherfurd)
  • Plugin initialization time is reported in the console at startup
  • API: Tweaked module importing
  • API: Added window.find_open_file(file_name)
  • API: Added sublime.run_command()
  • API: Added view.unfold([regions])
  • API: Added view.folded_regions()
General
Publisher Sublime Text
Publisher web site http://www.sublimetext.com/
Release Date February 22, 2012
Date Added February 22, 2012
Version 2181
Category
Category Productivity Software
Subcategory Text Editing Software
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Mac OS X 10.7, Mac OS X 10.6, Macintosh
Additional Requirements None
Download Information
File Size 7.64MB
File Name Sublime Text 2.0.2.dmg
Popularity
Total Downloads 7,880
Downloads Last Week 84
Pricing
License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free

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