Throughout this tutorial, we will be focusing on using the subversion control system, Git and bit bucket in combination with Sublime Text editor.
As with any other Text editor, working on a specific repository is the key aspect of Sublime Text. It is shown in detail in the steps given below −
Step 1 − Consider a repository to be cloned from the bit bucket. Please note that we will be working with Python scripts throughout this tutorial.
Step 2 − Include the repository in Sublime Text editor using the Open Folder option, as shown below.
Step 3 − After including the repository, the screen of Sublime Text editor will be as shown below −
You can choose the file you wish to open from the list that is displayed in the left hand side of the screen, as shown in the image below −
Note that the color combination gives recognition of keywords and packages included in the code.