Switched from TextMate to Sublime Text 2

Finally I switched my main text editor. My choise is Sublime Text 2.
Since I met with Emacs back in 8-10 years ago, I was always using that for most of my work. Definitely it improved my productivity. But now, it’s 2012. We no longer need to stick with CUI.
I decided my mind to use TextMate when I upgraded my Mac OS to Lion because I didn’t want to configure Emacs from scratch again to make it compatible with the latest OS.
Since then, I was using TextMate 2 and it worked well for me. But it was like a dead product at that moment. I couldn’t expect new features. Now it turned into an open source project but not sure how many people like to join the project. That’s why I was thinking to find a better option.
Obviously Sublime Text 2 is better choice for users who want to find a text editor but my concerns were about key binding compatibility with TextMate, and bundles. It were pointless concerns.
So far, Sublime Text 2 is great for me. It’s better than any other text editors I tried before. I strongly recommend you to give it a try.

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