I am a Mac user with OS X
Recommended by users, I recently bought and use Sublime Text 2. Before I was a fully satisfied user of UltraEdit.
UltraEdit has a nice and quick backup mode. I expected to find such a feature in Sublime Text 2 as well, but nope.
I downloaded the 'Automatic Backup' package, but now I get messages something like: If you use backup, Sublime Text will slow down tremendously, so switch it off.
With Automatic Backup I end up with a several chains of numberous consequent folders and in the end there is a file.
Those few files already take up several MB's of diskspace.
With UltraEdit I have just ONE folder where al backups go. I have 22,200 files in that folder and they use 212 MB of diskspace.
What I want is a Automatic Backup just as UltraEdit offers.
I want to use Sublime Text 2 to code programs, but it seems that I have to know Sublime Code to use the program instead of using it program my own stuff.
Compared with UltraEdit, I don't have to delve into the UltraEdit code to use that program, but with Sublime Text I have to.
Am I wrong?
Did I miss some information?
Is there a user friendly GUI?
Please tell me!
Thanks in advance.
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