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Support Gnome Zeitgeist

Dragan Espenschied 5 years ago • updated by Daniel Dickson 5 years ago 3
The subject says it all ... files edited with SublimeText do not show up in Gnome's Zeitgeist diary on Linux. Would be grant if they did.
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Just to refresh the interest in this topic. Zeitgeist support is one of the features that would make Sublime the best text editor ever!!!
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Yes, this is one of the features I'm really missing.  I use zeitgeist to help me track time on projects -- especially when under crunch and my time tracking software might not have been consistently updated, gnome activity journal is a nice backup to review timelogs. 


I like that ST2 has sass/compass syntaxt highlighting.  And most of the time its really snappy.   I've been trying to use ST2 for the last couple weeks to really get to know it... but am finding enough small things I depend on, like zeitgeist integration, (or a symbols list for navigating documents), and other plugins are just better in Geany -- for example, Geany terminal plus web helper plugin is awesome for doing compass/sass work in linux.

Yeah I would love this I would die. I already LOVE sublimetext and can't wait for v 3.