Just a quick one. Been trying to get a decent PHP linter without going to a full on IDE – decided to just stick with Sublime Text.
In order to get some linters, and packages working, Sublime Text needs usr/local/bin to be in your path, and to know your path.
You can check what's in your path by typing the following into your terminal.
Some commands run by Sublime Text are unable to find non-system binaries, including those installed by homebrew and MacPorts if you're not launching from the terminal with
Note: To launch Sublime Text from your terminal, you'll need to set it with:
sudo ln -s "/Applications/Sublime Text.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl" ~/bin/subl
Anywho, I fixed the issue by adding the following in user preferences.
(Sublime Text > Preferences > Settings - User)
You can even add other paths such as \\~Desktop or \\~/usr/bin, just separate it out with a comma like this:
"additional_path_items": ["~/usr/local/bin", "~/wherever"],
Many thanks to int3h's repo and notes over on GitHub