[quote=“thecrumb”]I’m using 3083 on Fedora 23 w/no issues.
That said I’ve been testing the waters with some other editors/IDEs.
Although it saddens me to drop Sublime I just can’t invest more time in a tool I think is on it’s last legs.
Yes it works today, but for how long?
It’s a shame because it’s a great tool with a great community. Unfortunately the ship captain is MIA and more and more people are abandoning ship.
I’m at the same place. I’ve been using sublime since early 2012 and while it works fine right now I’m just tired of the uncertainty of the product’s future. The development over the past two years has been sporadic and haphazard. I don’t need releases every day, or every week, or every month. I just want to know there’s a commitment to maintaining the product with a reasonable release cycle and a roadmap for the future. Another issue is the state of the forums. They’re riddled with spam and the “you’re just a bunch of whiney-butts” responses are annoying – just stop making excuses.
Given all that I switched over to Atom in August. It took me several weeks to tweak the settings and theme, find packages to replicate sublime behavior, and convert over my snippets. But, I’m very happy with the results. I don’t notice, or at least I’m not bothered by, any speed difference between atom and sublime except for the handful of times I’ve had to open a huge ass log file which I now defer to gedit.