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I would agree with this - the existing debugger plugins are not really production ready. I think this is an effort that paid Sublime developers should undertake, rather than leaving it to random contributors.

I'm not sure what the Sublime Text plans are, but I see this as crucial in pushing Sublime forward towards acting as a full IDE.

Also, note that typing things like:

    try {



and then moving the cursor (`|`) down in the next line and starting to type catch:

    try {


    } catch

indents the line with the `catch` by adding an additional `tab`, when it really shouldn't.