I know some are salivating over this but it's still far behind the DevTools built into Chrome. For example, how do you inspect the DOM? How you do you look at generated runtime elements? How do you inspect cascaded styles? Why use two tools when the other is just a proxy to a subset of the functionality built into Chrome's dev tools?
Folks started to give up on updates to TextMate years ago. I'm certainly glad that it's open now and being pushed forward, but that was only after lying stagnant for too long -- meanwhile Sublime Text propped up and pushed forward.
> I tried it for a week, nothing over ST2 as far as I was concerned. What do you like about it?
I've tried both ST and TM. TM is enough editor for me. I can do some pretty advanced things with it (like sending selected text to an external script) and it now has ongoing development and community support.
It's not that you're a heretic (I do my work using ST2 on Ubuntu), it's just that stcredzero said TM was "one of the best free editors out there." So comparing it to a non-free editor is irrelevant to that comment.
If you said Chrysler was one of the best American car companies, and I said "They've got nothing on Toyota", then that would be a silly thing for me to say.