Also expected (sigh).
As Sublime project develops, some things are getting left behind. For example CSS3_Syntax for still otherwise very useful ST2. We will be musing the same after ST4 outdates ST2, I guess. In fact, I always wonder why there is not more energy focused on balancing DOM basics in useful products. Comparing ST2 and ST3 packages, HTML5 is faring far better than CSS3.
This relates to Unix versus Linux intalls. For Unix, I can only run one version of Sublime at one time. Whereas on Linux a simple EXE rename does the trick. So interchanging Unix ST2 and ST3 is mandatory. Sacrilage to not do so. CSS3_Syntax yanked out, that's not right! Ergo, everything is as it should be. Consoles are machine things, not web code things. But how does machine relate to web?
So for a wishlist Console Commenter, stats-and-content in user-comments would get somehow pushed to package developers when their add-in gets commented. Perhaps this would compensate Package Control and Git Hub complexity, help make Sublime more user-friendly. That is, if it ever becomes "possible". And "possible relates to the word out there, I get that... Someday, a package for commenting installed packages with auto Git Hub feeds. Needs a "possible" Git Hub 'blab' feature.
Packaging HTML and CSS (loading up my Sublime downloads) is always fun, and very educational, even if it always leaves me feeling remotely abandoned. Front-end Console forgotten nuisance, for simple-minded web coders like me.
Thanks all, Sublime ROCKS!