This needs a double Like. Not to say "prove it or else", but more to remind us that most of this is highly subjective.
At one point I was just about to start writing Lua scripts to make SciTE "do more" like sort lines, after two years of Netbeans. I don't feel like just saying something is an IDE or an editor is useful. There's a pretty wide range in between and if SublimeHQ is still "bothering" releasing updates it means they still consider it financially viable, which is just great.
Right now (for C and C++ exclusively) I'm really happy using SublimeGDB on Linux. It's not an IDE, but it's a lot more convenient than using gdb TUI. To be fair, nothing else has yet come close to proper Visual Studio for efficiently and pleasantly debugging some specific problem, but conversely I find valgrind and gdb on native Linux much more effective at pre-identifying issues and cleaning up code.