Sublime Text


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pentapus

I stumbled across Sublime text, I've been looking for a different
editor, particularly for CSS, but also for programming.

Sublime has a number of pluses and it's customizable, programmable and
runs on just about every desktop.

Also under consideration is Top Style. I like the list view of the
elements, classes and ids.

I find that nothing is short anymore, and organization is harder and harder.

Any opinons? I don't get to mix much with developers, what else might I
be missing? There always seems to be something!
 
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Adrienne Boswell

pentapus said:
I stumbled across Sublime text, I've been looking for a different
editor, particularly for CSS, but also for programming.

Sublime has a number of pluses and it's customizable, programmable and
runs on just about every desktop.

Also under consideration is Top Style. I like the list view of the
elements, classes and ids.

I find that nothing is short anymore, and organization is harder and
harder.

Any opinons? I don't get to mix much with developers, what else might
I be missing? There always seems to be something!

I think you heard from me on another group about TopStyle for CSS. For
everything else, I love HTML Kit Tools.

It has syntax highlighting for several languages, including HTML, PHP, ASP,
SQL, JavaScript, and others. There is code folding, and bracket matching,
search and replace in current document (with preview), or across files. It
also has a tabbed interface, projects and templates.

Like its predecessor, it has has plugins, some of which are created by the
community. You can save your own snippets, and group them according to
what they do.

I think my favorite thing is being able to create/run a template which will
prompt me for data, including the file name, and then will save it with
that file name.

I've used other editors, but I always come back to HTML Kit Tools.
 
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pentapus

I think you heard from me on another group about TopStyle for CSS.

Yes, indeed!
For
everything else, I love HTML Kit Tools.

It has syntax highlighting for several languages, including HTML, PHP, ASP,
SQL, JavaScript, and others. There is code folding, and bracket matching,
search and replace in current document (with preview), or across files. It
also has a tabbed interface, projects and templates.

I'll give it a look.
Like its predecessor, it has has plugins, some of which are created by the
community. You can save your own snippets, and group them according to
what they do.

I think my favorite thing is being able to create/run a template which will
prompt me for data, including the file name, and then will save it with
that file name.

I've used other editors, but I always come back to HTML Kit Tools.

Well, that says something!

Organizing projects is getting harder than writing them.
 

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