If you don’t know what Sublime is yet, you should Google it immediately. I’m talking about the most awesome multi-purpose text/code editing tool that I have seen in a long time. I’m not wasting too many words describing how cool some of its features are because its official website landing page does it quite well.
As you guys might already know, the current official text editing tool for Ethanon is SciTE. We’ve been using it because it is free. It is quite handy most of the times but hardcore coders do miss many features that most modern text editing tools offer.
The good news for you guys is that a new Sublime Plug-in for Ethanon is being developed and its most important features are working, thanks to Phelipe Fabres (the newest member on our team in case you haven’t heard of him yet). It already does everything SciTE does, except it is much better now, which includes basic syntax highlighting, in-file code completion and build/compile shortcuts.