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Martin Spierings 4 years ago 0
I feel that the package manager should be added by default. And if they could also give it an upgrade, that would be so awesome. Currently when getting sublime on a new installation (or for people who are just getting started), getting the package manager and add the plugins feels a bit too old-school to me. Why not have it behave like in Brackets (the Open Source version of Adobe Edge Code). There you can just see a list of plugins you might want and click install. Way faster then the package manager in Sublime. Also, getting package updates like this would be way easier too.

I like using Sublime and currently Brackets feels a bit too slow for me, but i can see that grow beyond sublime cause some stuff just feel way more user-friendly to me. I'm not really into using the command prompt or similar features of my OS or apps, so i tend to look for stuff that has a GUI and features a more modern approach to work with or extend its capabilities. I also get the feeling that i'm missing a lot of useful plugins because i don't know the name. Or that i'm not using plugins to the fullest as i have difficulty finding out how or what i can do with it (some need settings, some need a separate tool but that just isn't clear from the package manager)

Brackets example: 


And if it would be possible to have plugins mass update or automaticly update, that would be awesome as well.