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A long time ago when I used gedit, I was able to have a built in terminal at the bottom. This allowed me to sftp into my server, edit code, and then compile it in the terminal right inside the application connected to the same server.

Right now I'm running Sublime Text 2 and putty externally, it's annoying switching between the two.

Is there a terminal that I can install in Sublime that I could SSH into my remote server with?

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Not a stable one, no: – Blender Mar 10 '13 at 23:20
Jesus that looks atrocious haha. Thanks though. – eveo Mar 10 '13 at 23:26
It doesn't look too bad, but it is a bit laggy and doesn't like my color scheme: – Blender Mar 10 '13 at 23:29
Actually that's not so bad, I'll give that a shot. – eveo Mar 11 '13 at 3:32

In addition to Blender's comment, please look at the Sublime Forum - Terminal inside Sublime Text (jps!) summarizing the options as:

  • SublimeREPL (not a full terminal. only simple commands)
  • SublimePTY (attempt at a full terminal, but project has been idle)
  • ConEmu (Windows)
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