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This is a package with preferences and syntax highlighter for cutting edge Python 3, although Python 2 is well supported, too. The syntax is compatible with Sublime Text, Atom and Visual Studio Code. It is meant to be a drop-in replacement for the default Python package. We are proud to say that MagicPython is used by GitHub to highlight Python.
Sublime is great and for many still the best text editor available. But out of the box, it lacks some features that modern competitors have already built-in. Plugins help to stay ahead but it's a hassle to keep up with all of them. In order to help you, I compiled a list of plugins I use for my daily frontend web development. These plugins are kind of 'meta' because they are not concerned with writing code.
ayu is a simple theme with bright colors and comes in three versions — dark, mirage and light for all day long comfortable work. ayu uses Roboto Mono as main font and it's highly recommended to install it to get monospaced font in filetree. But if you don't have it then the UI theme will downgrade to standard UI font used in Sublime Text.
Plugin for Sublime Text 3 for easy to use, out of the box autocompletions for C, C++, Objective-C, and Objective-C++. You're in luck! The plugin will run cmake on a proper CMakeLists.txt in your project folder and will use information from it to complete your code out of the box! For more details, read the plugin docs about CMake.
This is my Exuberant Ctags (~/.ctags) file. I use it lately with Vim with the tagbar plugin. It can be used with many Text editors like Vim, Emacs, jEdit, Sublime Text, Atom... For now it only contains some additional regular expressions to support more Perl symbols. Feel free to contribute by adding regular expressions or improving the existing ones! Pull requests are wellcome.