Does it have a built-in print function?
I’m not sure if you’re trolling, but yes it does.
I split this topic off of the ST4 announcement since we don’t need another back-and-forth thread about printing.
There is printing support built in to ST4. We utilize the user’s web browser in the process. We don’t have plans to be implementing a native print dialog in Sublime Text at this point.
Wondering/hoping rich cut+paste will work better than today. Today in order to be able to paste theme’d code, it opens into a web browser, where I can then cut+paste that. It works well but I’d love not to have to open a browser window, select it, copy, then close the window.
Anyway - exciting. I was dreading moving to Visual Studio Code and I think ST4 will save me.
I asked the question to determine if I should stay with Sublime Text or not. Lack of this support is a deal-breaker for me, especially if I have to pay for ST4.
The people in charge seem to be very touchy about this topic.
I do not intend to start a flame war. It is a legitimate question IMHO.
I answered your question above.
No one on the ST team is touchy about it, we are just aware that this topic seems to elicit strong responses.
The HTML is available from the API so it would be possible to write a very trivial plugin to copy the HTML to the clipboard.
Edit > Copy as HTML command already in the menu that will copy the current text as HTML to the clipboard, if that’s what you want to do.