Sublime Text 2 is a text editor for OS X, Linux and Windows, currently in beta.
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I usually develop with whitespace characters always enabled, but the default look of them in Sublime Text is rather distracting -- it would be nice to make them more transparent like Eclipse Indigo now offers.
A semi-intelligent case-sensitivity mode for searches as option, like in Emacs, where, if I type the word to search in all-lowercase, it will search case-insensitively and as soon as I type something containing uppercase, it will search case-sensitively exactly for what I typed.
I set bookmarks very often so that I can easily switch back and forth between two or three related places in the code. It would be nice if I can set bookmarks by clicking on the gutter (the place that shows line numbers). TextMate allows this: if I click on the gutter it will show a star on that line and that line is bookmarked.
It would be awesome if you could drag/drop to reorder files and folders in the sidebar!
QuickCursor is an application from Hog Bay Software that lets you pull the text out of any text field (in any application that uses native Cocoa text fields) and edit it in your editor of choice. Currently it supports BBEdit, Espresso, MacVim, Smultron, SubEthaEdit, TextMate, TextWrangler, and WriteRoom.
Please add support for the ODB Editor Suite that is required so that QuickCursor can support Sublime Text 2 as well!
Adding enviroment vars ($file, $file_name, $selection, $project) to key bindings would accomplish the needs of many 'plugins' in a simple bindings file
If you add the ability to introspect all of the built-in commands, loaded commands, settings and key bindings, then we could write a plugin that would go through all of that and generate an HTML documentation page that could be opened in an external web browser.
Good and accurate documentation for not a lot of work.
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