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Sublime text is a proprietary cross platform source code editor with a python application programming interface. It supports many programming languages. Sublime text 2.0.2 was released on 8 July, 2013. It contains 22 different themes with the option to download additional themes. In this tutorial, we will install Sublime Text on MacOS.

Sublime text editor is installed into the /applications. To run sublime globally on terminal, we have to first create a symlink of /Applications/"Sublime Text 2"/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl into /usr/local/bin. Since it contains all the binary executable files which are identified globally on the system hence now we can run sublime text editor by simply typing sublime on terminal from any location.

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This will allow you to run additional commands in the terminal without interrupting the subl session. Using many of the symbolic link answers here (ln -s), cause the terminal process to endure while using Sublime text. If you want the separation, create an alias in the Bash profile like so:

I am using Oh-My-Zshell and the previous aliases stated didn't work for me so I wrote a simple bash function that will allow you to open Sublime from the command line by using sublime to open the current folder in the editor. With the addition functionality to specify a file to open the editor from.

Creating the file in the Default path did not work for me as the Menu.sublime-menu file has overridden almost all other menu options and left me with only the custom one.

I have been Sublime Text user for past 5 years and I really believe no other text editor can even match the speed, performance and simplicity of Sublime Text. Only thing that has been missing for me was ligature support. I loved Fira Code very much and I really wanted this to be enabled on Sublime text. Fira code offers beautiful ligatures for operators. I have been waiting for this particular feature on Sublime Text for so long. There has been numerous threads seeking the same feature from many developers across web.

You can customize each linter in the user-defined SublimeLinter.sublime-settings file: Sublime Text > Preferences > Package Settings > SublimeLinter > Settings - User. For example, I ignore the following PEP 8 errors and warnings:

Every built system is described on JSON file with .sublime-build extension. To create new one go to Tools > Build System > New Build System… If you are mac OS user, copy and paste this bit of code:

Hi Pawel,Thank you for your instructions for a sublime text 3. I was trying to set it for a several days and still it doesn't work for me.I installed package control by following an instruction and installed Terminal:After: $ node -vI am getting: v6.9.2$ which node/usr/local/bin/node

Windows users: SublimeText needs to know where to find a program that can run javascript. Use Winkey-R, type "cmd", and enter to open command prompt. Type "where node". The path it returns is what you should type into the config file in SublimeText. For me it was "C:/Program Files/nodejs/node.exe". If "where node" complains about not being found, you should download nodejs from (then use the above steps to point sublime to the installed exe).

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