Here is a port for Sublime Text 4.
Sublime now uses a versioning system based on builds, so this does not need ports linked to the version like editors/linux-sublime3.
I called it linux-sublime-text to differentiate it from linux-sublime-merge (see https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=256061).
Thanks in advance for your help!
Created attachment 225179 [details]
Initial port shar
editors/linux-sublime-text: v4 (and ongoing) of the renowned sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose.
This is the initial shar file.
* installs icons
* installs desktop entry
* requires Linuxulator
* installs license
This supersedes editors/linux-sublime and editors/linux-sublime3 as Sublime Text is now licensed in a version-agnostic fashion and does not require a major-version specific port.
Ports for versions 2 and 3 should still be kept to cater for users who hold legacy licenses.
Name has been changed to linux-sublime-text to differentiate it from linux-sublime-merge (see https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=256061).
Sublime Text may be downloaded and evaluated for free, however a license must be purchased for continued use.
- portlint: OK (looks fine.)
- testport: OK (poudriere: 130amd64)
- portclippy: OK (all green)
- portfmt -D: OK (no warning)
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Incorrectly named `editors/sublime-text4', which is apparently what you've ported, had been committed to the tree in June. Assigning to the current maintainer so you can sort this out together.
I ported Sublime Text 4 under editor/sublime-text4 because it made sense to me.
Also, since Sublime Text 3 was always asking for upgrades, I made the port that way I can upgrade every time that Sublime Text as a new version.
I use Sublime Text every day for work, and when I work on code for GhostBSD or update a FreeBSD port.
If I have to rename it linux-sublime-text4 that is not a problem.