I've also experienced ST hanging when loading a syntax definition while I was developing one on my own.
I could sum it down to the \G, \A and \Z matches. If you define a start or end pattern that only consists of one of these anchors ST will hang. You need to define at least one additional character (like ".") or use a lookahead/-behind if you don't want the character to be consumed. (e.g. "\G(?=.)")
Could be a completely different issue, though.
Should be "Build: Cancel" in the command palette.
Try `view.settings().set("build_system", "Packages/Pack/Build.sublime-build")` in the console.
view.window() is unsafe in a few situations. As a workaround you can use sublime.active_window() in most cases.
Well, that does not solve the fact that view.window() *is* unsafe.
Sublime Text is not an OSX-only application. An option or the possibility for this to be themeable would be nice instead.
Tbh I never had a problem with that behaviour. Could you provide an example for better imagination?
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