First, to Jon:
Thanks for the hard work and the awesome product. When I first purchased Sublime Text I was using it to simply edit system conf files. Currently I'm editing a book for a publisher, which means I spend 8-10 hours in your program. Splendid stuff.
The only thing I find lacking at this point in the dev cycle is the ability to select, drag, and drop material (similar to gEdit); perhaps for your wish list?
Question to anyone who can answer:
I work predominantly in AsciiDoc. One day when I have buckets of free time I might try tackling a syntax addon to contribute, but until then...
One common operation I perform is to comment out a range of narly text; the asciidoc comment marker is '//'.
So I have to mark the start of the line, break the line somewhere, go back to the head, mark, do-da, do-da.
Is there a simple-ish way to add '//' as a recognized comment marker so I can use Sublime's built-in menu option Edit >> Comment >> Toggle Block Comment?
I'm not a programmer, so writing something in Python to achieve this is not in my league.