Not listed above: Powershell
SystemVerilog and Verilog
JSON, CoffeeScript, LESS, Jade.
Cobol, PLI (reading/exploring only).
JSON, Coffeescript, Less and Jinja2.
SWIFT messages (including a simple parser plugin for SublimeText)WinSCP scriptsAutoHotKey scriptsPL/SQLFreemarker templates
Except for things listed in the poll, Lilypond.
CPerlBatch CommandsMakefilesJam (as in Perforce,boost,etc)JSON (sublime text settings?)Custom
JSONBatch commandsTodo List
OpenGL Shader Language (GLSL)CMake filesSome bash
The ColdFusion package has almost 29k installs.
Besides the languages listed, I also have some assembly language files I edit with ST (mostly 32- and 64-bit x86), and some Perl.
SASS, Django, CoffeeScript, JSON.
How can you leave C out? I voted C++ as the closest.This editor inspired and learned me that programming doesn't have to be boring.I'm planning to buy it sometime in the future. (just a jobless college drop-out for the time being )
I voted for the few top languages I use it for mostly, but really I use it for every text editing/reading/code writing task, even when composing longer forum posts and emails sometimes. And as a gdb frontend. And android logcat viewer.