For example, in Visual Studio Code I can run commands in the integrated terminal, set a breakpoint in my code and debug - all at the same time, without having to switch contexts between the code, emulator, terminal and whatever else I happen to be running. It gives me a good overview of everything that's going on without me having to switch back and forth.But hey, that's just me. Your paying users are clearly trying to communicate a shortcoming that they see in your product.
I've been using Visual Studio code and i do not miss Sublime Text. And yes I was wrong, the ability to run a terminal in the editor is very good for productivity. Why don't you make the switch?
I've been using Visual Studio code and i do not miss Sublime Text. And yes I was wrong, the avility to run a terminal in the editor is very good for productivity. Why don't you make the switch?
Forget everything I said. I switched to Atom once more and it is a convincing alternative, with a package ecosystem to reckon with. Especially at that price 😁
So yes, you were right.
Hahaha! I suppose we have had different needs. I have no problem using my system's terminal. And font rendering? I install a good theme (subjective) and get on with work. What I do care for are speed and configurability.To each their own.
Well, VS Code is also based on JS and the same framework that Atom is built on. They sap battery power like it's going out of fashion. And they struggle with large files. Sublime Text is light on power, heavy on features and mature. To me, it is the Ferrari of editors.
I would like to be able to use this on ST3, but some people here are going on like it's apocalyptic? Go on and use Atom if you are so-inclined. We'll see some of you again soon :'D
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