Downsides: Paid software, and it's stuck on an old version (and will constantly ask for updates unless you add `"update_check": false` w/o the ``s to the settings JSON). Pros: It's still Sublime Text and will open excesivley large text files when other editors like VS Code or Xed will slow down or crash.
Libreoffice Writer, Notes, and Text Editor are both bundled in with Linux Mint, and have been for a while. Use any one of those instead, this is literally just a regular text editor but for 100 dollars. The only thing this has that other text editors doesn't is a fancy hackery font and line counter, tabs, and an illegible view of the entire text document on the right that just looks nice and is entirely nonfunctional. Notepad++ is free and does all of this.
Hmmm... From an UI standpoint it's just a xed without the nice button bar at the top and otherwise it's also just like xed. Nothing worth to install for me.
Trialware. $100 if you want to keep it. Doesn't do anything special. It's just a plain ole text editor.
For those who think this is free and opensource; maybe they can choose a better alternative like VSCode from Microsoft. For myself in application development with Golang and NodeJS I 100% sure VSCode is better. But for the case of PHP (Laravel) I chose Sublimetext. You don't have to pay to use it, just be patient to click the button that appears in the pop-up window after several saves.
Gostei. Fácil de usar e com bons recursos.
Não instala no Linux Mint 19.3
Що тут робить програма яку потрібно купувати? Хто Лінукс перетворює на ХФорточку???
To those complaining that commercial software is available in the repository: you can always install Debian if you care that much about FOSS software. For the rest of us, we care more about access to good, useful software. Sublime Text is good, useful software. Because they don't enforce their license (as in, you can keep using it without one) I used it for a long time. However, I didn't think it fair to keep doing so, but $99 was too much to pay, so I have switched to (primarily) Atom and (sometimes) VS Codium.
Why we have to pay 99 USD for a linux software?
buy a licence? "unregistered version"?? what does a program (application) like this have to do in a Linux repository??? Linux is NOT WINDOWS, right?
purchase license, I think NOT!
I use Sublime for one thing and that Python, and from what I can tell, it's still using an outdated version of Python. PLEASE UPDATE IT.
Works very well
Much too expensive but a good editor
works, but its too expensive
One of the best and one of the fastest
Excelente. Sobrio y potente
Logiciel simple et pratique :)