I’m aware that lot of people jumped to vscode editor since it provides good support for many languages. Personally, I’m not thrilled to use Electron app as editor and would like something better/easier to configure that Emacs/Vim (I use VIm for certain simpler things) and that’s why I bought ST3 license long-ago.
Anticipating my future needs, I might do some light PHP coding and possibly some Python development, but I do foresee lot of writing using Asciidoc(tor) markup as well as some Markdown (which is supported well in ST), so wonder about the future of Asciidoc-related packages for ST(4)?
Currently there are two:
Asciidoctor which is abandoned having last commit in 2015 and
AsciiDoc having last commit from June 2018, seemingly embraced by ST team, although in PackageControl it is stated: " Currently looking for a maintainer!" and on Github it is still stated: "AsciiDoc Package for Sublime Text2 "
So, the question is whether one can consider that ST(4) is reliable editor for those having the need to write Asciidoc(tor) markup extensively?
The situation with both Emacs & Vim is also not thrilling…only vscode seems to enjoy some active support via this extension and in that case my option would be to count on Onivim2 which is supposed to enable one to take advantage of vscode extension’s ecosystem.