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Sublime Text has a really robust plugin architecture, similar to Visual Studio's extension capabilities. Whenever I'm working on a project, I basically install whatever plugins I need into Sublime Text to give me full "IDE-like" capability specific to that stack. Be it debuggers, integrated compilers, REPLs, version control systems, etc.

I like Sublime Text because at it's default, it's just a text editor, and then _I_ turn it into the IDE that fits my flow and current technology requirements. It becomes an IDE completely customized for my project.




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