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re: Switching back to my old buddy Sublime Text from VS Code 🤷🏻‍♂️ VIEW POST

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I relate completely. VSCode has indeed been a source of frustration. I've also tried to move back to Sublime a few times...unsuccessfully

I later realised that my vscode configuration is much closer to that of an IDE than it is a text editor.
Some being:

  • integrated debugger (node, ruby)
  • language server plugins for autocompletion (solargraph)
  • Unit test sidebars (mocha)
  • CI Integration plugins
  • Background tasks (typescript compiling)

In that perspective, I don't think a lot of comparisons are fair. Each is good at its own thing.
It's also very possible that I'm not familiar enough with Sublime to configure it well enough.
Suggestions are welcome :)

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