downloaded it, I quite like it. rather, I'm very fond of the three main features: opening files with a quick-open search box instead of having to browse a large file tree, being able to edit multiple lines at once, and the zoomed-out source view for navigating.
So, I've decided to make plugins for CodeLite to do this. the first feature mentioned I've already completed today. granted it does a whole lot more in Sublime, quick loading a file of which you know the name is imo the best part of it anyway.
name one? neither CodeLite nor CodeBlocks have any of these features. In fact, I've never seen these features before. Are you sure you're talking about the same thing as I am? features illustrated here: http://www.sublimetext.com/
Except you have to buy the full edition and a license to distriobute your software. Don't use VS for software you're going to sell unless you've researched the issue or are already operating a business.
I do like CMake, and I can easily get over the fact that sublime cant print (who needs hard copy? pfft). What I *cannot* get over is the lack of a debugger.
I took that "zoomed view of code pane" in sublime and created a plugin for CodeLite, and I have finished it. I posted it on CodeLite's forums, and it has been added to their subversion repository. I can only presume it will be included in CodeLite 5.0 release.