My Development Setup with Sublime Text

16 September 2014 in programming

** Updated 24th August sudo apt2015 **

Here is the default setup for my favourite editor, Sublime Text 3, for web and backend development with NodeJS and most other dynamic languages or shell scripts. I even bought it and haven’t regretted this decision. You can also try it out for free for an unlimited amount of time.

What sets it apart for me from a “real” IDE is

There are more pros, but this is not about convincing somebody, its more about my setup., so I can remember it when I have to re-install it.


User Settings

	"bold_folder_labels": true,
	"caret_style": "phase",
	"color_scheme": "Packages/Theme - Flatland/Flatland Monokai.tmTheme",
	"fade_fold_buttons": false,
	"findreplace_small": true,
	"font_size": 12.0,
	"highlight_line": true,
	"sidebar_small": true,
	"tab_size": 2,
	"tabs_small": true,
	"theme": "predawn-DEV.sublime-theme"

Configuring Sublime for use with the Command Line

Often it is useful to start Sublime Text from the command line. Especially, if you are working and maintaining many different projects its a time saver to open a whole project in a folder with subl .. This guide here shows you how to configure it for use with the command line (on OS X).

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My Development Setup with Sublime Text
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