Sublime Text is a simple development tool that helps the developer write and organize codes. The first stable release provides improvements and new major features that will improve your workflow and countless minor enhancements across the board. It also can utilize your GPU on Linux, Mac and Windows when rendering the interface, resulting in a fluid UI up to 8K resolutions, all while using less power than before. Sublime has a simple modifier when performing actions that will split the interface to show multiple tabs at once (sidebar, tab bar, Goto Anything and more!).
Sublime Text Features
- gpu rendering.
- apple silicon and linux arm64.
- context-aware auto complete.
- tab multi-select.
- typescript, jsx and tsx support.
- refreshed ui.
- superpowered syntax definitions.
- updated python api.
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Sublime Text Release Notes
- New UI, including repository tabs.
- GPU Rendering.
- UI: Reworked Commit Dialog.
- UI: Added repository tabs, to have multiple repositories open in a single window.
- UI: Added file tabs when viewing the contents of a commit.
- Implement commit signature creation and validation.
- Added a lines changed indicator to commits.
- Added command history, available from the Show Git Output icon in the tool bar.
- Added commit message history, available from the dropdown arrow in the commit message box.
- Added support for non-overlay scrollbars in diffs.
- Added Resolve Ours / Resolve Theirs dropdown to unmerged files.
- URLs in commit messages and git output can be opened via the context menu.
- Left and Right keys can be used to expand/collapse merge commits.
- Added Navigate/Go to Child.
- Stash commands no longer supply -q by default, to work around a bug in Git 2.24.
- Checking out a hidden ref will make the ref visible.
- Add Recent Repositories to Welcome Page.