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Etymology 1edit

From Middle English , borrowed from Old French , from Latin (“to raise on high; to sublimate (in Medieval Latin)”).


sublime (third-person singular simple present , present participle , simple past and past participle )

  1. (chemistry, physics, transitive, intransitive) To sublimate.
  2. ()

    1857, E. P. Whipple, Harper’s Magazine
    a soul sublimed by an idea above the region of vanity and conceit

    To raise on high.

  3. () To exalt; to heighten; to improve; to purify.

    Synonym: (archaic)

    1709, , An Essay on Criticism, London: Printed for W. Lewis , published 1711, OCLC 15810849:The sun / Which not alone the southern wit sublimes, / But ripens spirits in cold, northern climes

  4. ()

    a. 1667, Jeremy Taylor, Clerus Domini, or, A discourse of the divine institution, necessity, sacredness, and separation of the office ministerial together with the nature and manner of its power and operation
    An ordinary gift cannot sublime a person to a supernatural employment.

    To dignify; to ennoble.



to sublimate

  • Danish:
  • Finnish:
  • French:  (fr)
  • German:  (de)
  • Hungarian:  (hu),  (hu)
  • Macedonian: (vozvišuva), сублими́ра (sublimíra)
  • Portuguese:  (pt)
  • Russian:  (ru) (sublimirovatʹ), возгонять (ru) (vozgonjatʹ)
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic:  m
    Roman:  (sh) m
  • Slovene: veličasten (sl)
  • Spanish:  (es)

Etymology 2edit

From Middle French , from Latin (“high”), from (“up to, upwards”) + a root of uncertain affiliation often identified with Latin , ablative singular of (“oblique”) or (“threshold, entrance, lintel”)


sublime ( , )

  1. Noble and majestic

    1842, Thomas De Quincey, Cicero (published in Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine)
    the sublime Julian leader


  2. Impressive and awe-inspiring, yet simple.

    sublime scenery
    a sublime deed
    • 1718, Matthew Prior, “To Dr. Sherlock, On His Practical Discourse Concerning Death”, in Poems on Several Occasions‎:

      Easy in words thy style, in sense sublime.
    • 1839, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, “The Light of Stars”, in Voices of the Night:

      Know how sublime a thing it is / To suffer and be strong.
    • 1897, John Munro, chapter VI, in A Trip to Venus:

      We had entered the clouds. For half-an-hour we were muffled in a cold, damp mist, and total darkness, and had begun to think of going indoors when, all at once, the car burst into the pure and starlit region of the upper air. A cry of joyous admiration escaped from us all. The spectacle before us was indeed sublime.
    • 1993, Richard Klein, Cigarettes are sublime, London: Picador, published 1995, →ISBN, page 62:

      Cigarettes are poison and they taste bad; they are not exactly beautiful, they are exactly sublime.
  3. ()

    1697, “Aeneis”, in John Dryden, transl., The Works of Virgil: Containing His Pastorals, Georgics, and Æneis. , London: Jacob Tonson, , OCLC 403869432:

    Sublime on these a tower of steel is reared.

    Lifted up; high in place; exalted aloft; uplifted; lofty.

  4. ()

    1671, John Milton, “Samson Agonistes, ”, in Paradise Regain’d. A Poem. In IV Books. To which is Added, Samson Agonistes, London: J. M for John Starkey , OCLC 228732398, page 96:While thir hearts were jocund and ſublime, / Drunk with Idolatry, drunk with Wine,

    Elevated by joy; elated.

  5. Lofty of mien; haughty; proud.
    • 1596, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Qveene.…, London: … for VVilliam Ponsonbie, OCLC , book V, canto VIII, stanza 30:

      countenance sublime and insolent
    • His fair large Front and Eye ſublime declar’d / Abſolute rule;

noble and majestic

  • Armenian:  (hy) (veh)
  • Catalan:  (ca)
  • Chinese:
    Mandarin:  (zh) (chónggāo)
  • Czech:
  • Danish:
  • Esperanto:  (eo),
  • Finnish:  (fi),  (fi)
  • French:  (fr)
  • Galician:  (gl) m or f
  • German:  (de),  (de),  (de),  (de)
  • Hungarian:  (hu),  (hu)
  • Italian:  (it)
  • Japanese:  (ja) (すうこう, sūkō), 高邁 (こうまい, kōmai)
  • Korean: 숭고한 (sunggohan)
  • Macedonian: возвишен m (vozvišen)
  • Manx: (please )
  • Polish:  (pl)
  • Portuguese:  (pt)
  • Russian:  (ru) (vozvýšennyj),  (ru) (velíčestvennyj)
  • Sanskrit:  (sa) (ṛṣva)
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic:  m
    Roman:  (sh) m
  • Spanish:  (es)

impressive and awe-inspiring

  • Armenian:  (hy) (veh)
  • Catalan:  (ca)
  • Esperanto:
  • Finnish:  (fi)
  • German:  (de),  (de)
  • Greek:  (el) (epivlitikós)
  • Hungarian:  (hu),  (hu), fennkölt (hu),  (hu)
  • Macedonian: возвишен m (vozvišen)
  • Manx: (please )
  • Russian:  (ru) (vpečatljájuščij),  (ru) (potrjasájuščij)
  • Spanish:  (es),


sublime (plural )

  1. Something sublime.

something sublime

  • Galician:  (gl) m
  • German: Erhabene n
  • Portuguese:  (pt) m
  • Russian: возвышенное (ru) n (vozvyšennoje)


Преимущества и недостатки Sublime Text


Sublime Text — это легкий текстовый редактор, который подойдет любому программисту. Программа сделана со скоростью, находящейся в ее основе. Особенность программы в ее скорости и отзывчивости пользовательского интерфейса.
В редакторе доступно множество плагинов, которые интегрируются в одном месте.
Полностью настраиваемый — текстовый редактор создан, чтобы позволить конечному пользователю легко «поиграть» с ПО на свой лад. Sublime позволяет настраивать множество функций, включая: привязки клавиш, меню, фрагменты, макросы и многие другие. Кроме того, изменяйте внешний вид, настроив свои темы для ПО.
Кроссплатформенная поддержка — в редакторе доступна на большинстве распространенных настольных клиентов, включая Windows, macOS и Linux.
Sublime с открытым исходным кодом, соответственно бесплатный. Но в то же время, ПО также можно купить – по желанию

Важно отметить, что бесплатная версия работает просто отлично.
С редактором, вы можете комфортно переключаться между различными файлами. К тому же, благодаря функции Goto Anything, доступ к которой получаете непосредственно с клавиатуры с помощью клавиш Ctrl или Command + P.
Простота в использовании

Редактор подходит для любого пользователя, независимо от уровня его опыта.


При поддержке плагинов, к сожалению, некоторые их них в редакторе все еще глючат. Необходимо требовательно подходить к выбору плагинов

Sublime Text 3.1 Released

May 7, 2018
Will Bond and Jon Skinner

Since version 3.0 we’ve been shipping frequent dev builds, refining Sublime Text for a more polished experience all-around. Those dev builds are now rolling out to everyone as Sublime Text 3.1. The full changelog for 3.1 includes every detail, but the following are some we’d like to highlight:


  • Windows 10/8.1 per-monitor DPI settings for handling mixed monitor configurations and on-the-fly DPI switching
  • Lots of improvements for high DPI support on all platforms, including 8k monitor and @3x texture support

Text Rendering

  • Ligature support, with controls for customizing OpenType features and stylistic sets

    An example of ligatures with Fira Code

  • Improved text rendering on Windows, now respecting ClearType tuning
  • Better handling of emojis in the editor control  

Color Schemes

  • A new color scheme format based on JSON, with easier customization and new features like

    Hashed syntax highlighting with the Celeste color scheme

  • Improved selection rendering with via color schemes

Syntax Definitions

  • Syntax definitions for Git file formats to allow Sublime Text to be a better core.editor
  • Highlighting of fenced code blocks in Markdown

    Python highlighted in a fenced code block

  • Lots of TC39-track features have been added to the JavaScript syntax

User Interaction

  • Goto References to augment Goto Definition

    Goto References shown in the symbol popup

  • An improved Command Palette that can accept arbitrary user input and complex interactions

File System

  • Expanded options for filtering files and folders from the sidebar
  • Improved handling of filesystem notifications and symlinks


See the changelog for the full list

Many of these changes were developed in response to the community’s feedback, and in some cases with your help! As may be evident, this dev cycle spent a good amount of time polishing some foundational elements of the editor and making it more robust for use on different configurations and for different purposes.

We’ve got some exciting things planned for the future, which will further build upon the foundation we’ve laid with 3.0 and 3.1! If you want to preview the latest changes and help provide feedback during the next dev cycle, install the latest dev build and you’ll get notifications as we release new updates.

An Alternative

I mentioned before that you can rewrite your code to not use memory mapping. Instead of passing around a long lived pointer into a memory mapped file all around the codebase, you can use functions such as to copy only the portions of the file that you require into memory. This is less elegant initially than using , but it avoids all the problems you’re otherwise going to have.

Through some quick benchmarks for the way Sublime Merge reads git object files, was around ⅔ as fast as on linux. In hindsight it’s difficult to justify using over , but now the beast has been tamed and there’s little reason to change any more.


Некоторые особенности программы:


Редактор содержит различные визуальные темы, с возможностью загрузки дополнительных.

Пользователи видят весь свой код в правой части экрана в виде мини-карты, при клике на которую можно осуществлять навигацию.

Есть несколько режимов экрана. Один из них включает от 1 до 4 панелей, с помощью которых можно показывать до четырёх файлов одновременно. Полноценный (free modes) режим показывает только один файл без каких-либо дополнительных меню вокруг него.

Выделение столбцов и множественная правка

Выделение столбцов целиком или расстановка несколько указателей по тексту, что делает возможным мгновенную правку. Указатели ведут себя, будто каждый из них — один в тексте. Команды типа перемещение на знак, перемещение на строку, выборка текста, перемещение на слово или его части (CamelCase, разделённый дефисом или подчёркиванием), перемещение в начало/конец строки и т. д., влияют на все указатели независимо и сразу, позволяя править сложноструктурированный текст быстро, без использования макрокоманд или регулярных выражений.


Когда пользователь набирает код, Sublime Text, в зависимости от используемого языка, будет предлагать различные варианты для завершения записи. Редактор также автоматически завершает созданные пользователем переменные.

Подсветка синтаксиса и высокая контрастность

Тёмный фон Sublime Text предназначен для увеличения контрастности текста. Основные элементы синтаксиса выделены разными цветами, которые лучше сочетаются с тёмным фоном, нежели со светлым.

Поддержка систем сборки

Sublime Text позволяет пользователю собирать программы и запускать их без необходимости переключаться на командную строку. Пользователь также может настроить свою систему сборки и включить автоматическую сборку программы каждый раз при сохранении кода.

Заготовки (сниппеты)

Сохранение фрагментов часто используемого кода, ключевые слова для их запуска.

Переход по файлам

Навигационный инструмент, который позволяет пользователям перемещаться между файлами, а также внутри них, с помощью нечёткого поиска.

Другие особенности

  • Дополнительно реализована функция автосохранения, помогающая пользователям не потерять проделанную работу.
  • Настраиваемые комбинации клавиш и инструмент навигации позволяют назначать свои комбинации клавиш для меню и панелей инструментов (только для первой версии, во второй и третьей — Command Palette).
  • Возможность поиска по мере набора используется для поиска в документе.
  • Функция проверки синтаксиса работает подобным же образом, проверяя корректность прямо во время ввода.
  • Есть возможность автоматизации с помощью макросов и повтора последних действий.
  • Команды редактирования, включая редактирование отступов, переформатирование параграфов и объединение строк.

Caveat 4: 32bit Support

Memory mapping may not use physical memory, but it does require virtual address space. On 32bit platforms your address space is ~4GB. So while your application may not use 4GB of memory, it will run out of address space if you try to memory map a too large file. This has the same result as being out of memory.

Sadly this doesn’t have a workaround like the other issues, it is a hard limitation of how memory mapping works. You can now either rewrite the codebase to not memory map the whole file, live with crashes on 32bit systems or not support 32bit.

With Sublime Merge and Sublime Text 3.2 we took the «no 32bit support» route. Sublime Merge does not have a 32bit build available and Sublime Text disables git integration on 32bit versions.

Caveat 1: SIGBUS

SIGBUS (bus error) is a signal that happens when you try to access memory that has not been physically mapped. This is different to a SIGSEGV (segmentation fault) in that a segfault happens when an address is invalid, while a bus error means the address is valid but we failed to read/write.

As it turns out, the ticket comes from someone using a networked drive. Their network happened to disconnect while your memory mapped file was open, and since the file no longer existed the OS couldn’t load it into ram for you and gave you a SIGBUS instead.

Because the OS is loading the file on demand, you now have this wonderful issue where any arbitrary read from an address into the memory mapped file can and will fail at some point.

Luckily on POSIX systems we have signal handlers, and SIGBUS is a signal we can handle. All you need to do is register a signal handler for SIGBUS when the program starts and jump back to our code to handle failures there.

Sadly our code actually has some edge cases we should consider:

Signal handlers are global, but signals themselves are per-thread. So you need to make sure you’re not messing with any other threads by making all our data thread local. Let’s also add some robustness by making sure we’ve called before .

Using and ing from a signal handler is actually unsafe. It seems to cause undefined behaviour, especially on MacOS. Instead we must use and . Since we’re jumping out of a signal handler, we need that signal handler to not block any future signals, so we must also pass to .

This is starting to get quite complicated, especially if you were to have multiple places where a SIGBUS could happen. Let’s factor things out into functions to make the logic a little cleaner.

There, now you just need to remember to always call for every application, and wrap all accesses with . Annoying, but manageable. So now you’ve covered POSIX systems, but what about Windows?