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  1. DJ
    DJ January 27, 2013 at 20:39 | | Reply

    Great article. I’m trying this out as outlined. Currently I use PhpStorm for most of my WordPress stuff.

    One additional plugin I discovered for Sublime is “Genesis” to add framework snippets if you happen to use the framework.

    DJ

  2. DJ
    DJ February 22, 2013 at 19:08 | | Reply

    Back with more. Speckyboy recently did a list at http://speckyboy.com/2013/02/18/wordpress-extensions-for-sublime-text-2/

    There are 4 plugins not mentioned here (really 5 but one doesn’t make sense since it’s for TextMate, not Sublime):

    > Sublime Text Snippet Library For WP
    > Sublime Text Snippets
    > WordPress Readme to Markdown
    > CSSFormat (not specifically WP)

    Overall your list more complete only missing these 3 or 4, whereas theirs is missing 6 listed here.

  3. egydes (@egydes)
    egydes (@egydes) February 26, 2013 at 13:46 | | Reply

    thanks a lot for great packages 😉

  4. Jeremy
    Jeremy March 2, 2013 at 15:13 | | Reply

    Hey Jean!
    Thanks for talking about WordPress New Project Config!
    I would like to clarify that the script is not a Sublime package
    It’s a shell script which do a lot of other things and in the configure a sublime project and lauch the app
    I Would like to add that it doesn’t use wp-phptidy too.
    Best,
    j

  5. Nic Dienstbier (@dnstbr)
    Nic Dienstbier (@dnstbr) March 21, 2013 at 00:55 | | Reply

    Hey there, just wanted to drop by and let everyone know I’ve made a plugin for Sublime Text 2 and 3 that allows you to edit posts, pages, custom post types, settings, and taxonomy terms for a WordPress site from within Sublime. You can also upload a media attachment and assign it as a featured image on a post or page.

    You can find out more here: http://dnstbr.me/labs/sublpress/

    I’m looking for feedback and comments on how it can be improved or how you can see yourself using it. Thanks! 😀

  6. PerS
    PerS April 16, 2013 at 17:30 | | Reply

    fwiw, I’ve written a how-to that shows how to use xdebug with sublime text and wordpress, it’s at http://soderlind.no/debug-wordpress-with-sublime-text-2-and-xdebug/

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