When comparing Sublime Linter vs sublimious, the Slant community recommends Sublime Linter for most people. In the question“What are the best plugins for Sublime Text?” Sublime Linter is ranked 7th while sublimious is ranked 34th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Helps you find errors in the code
Pro Supports pretty much every language
Pro Ergonomic shortcuts
sublimious adds shortcuts that actually make sense. "p f" for example searches files in the current project. "g s" executes "git status" and so on, you get the idea. It even comes with a helper that shows you what shortcuts are available.
Pro Pre-configured with layers
Whenever you need to work on a new language that you don't have plugins for yet, you can choose to check if sublimious has a layer for that language. If it does, all you need to do is activate it and sublimious will automatically download all plugins you need for that language, add keybindings for efficient usage and set the optimal settings for these plugins.
Pro VIM centric
This plugin is perfect for VIM fanatics. It tries to add VIM keybindings to everything, even to where you didn't know it was possible like the sublime text overlay or the sidebar
Con Tends to cause Sublime Text to run slowly
With Sublime Linter installed, dialog boxes warning that the plugin is running slowly can become a common occurrence, depending on the types of files you regularly work with.
Con Many default linters require installing Node.js