How can I build an Engine application but using Sublime Text 3 instead of Xcode 9?

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George Koubbe
George Koubbe on 1 May 2018
Edited: George Koubbe on 4 May 2018
I am trying to do exactly what's on here:
I want to follow those steps given in the answer, but instead of using Xcode, I would like to use Sublime Text 3. I truly appreciate your help.

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Sangeetha Jayaprakash
Sangeetha Jayaprakash on 4 May 2018
Sublime Text is just a text editor like a more advanced form of Textedit on the mac. It is not a compiler, and you cannot compile code with it like you do in xcode.
You can write it in Sublime Text and then compile it with Terminal using one of the supported compilers for MAC.
You can find a list of supported compilers for different releases on this link:
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George Koubbe
George Koubbe on 4 May 2018
You are partially right. However, you can compile code with it using external plugins and build configurations with the compilers already installed in your machine (using Terminal of course). So the question remains, is there any way to integrate matlab and the required libraries with Sublime Text (as shown in the link I gave with Xcode)?

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