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I use demon386/SmartMarkdown as it supports pandoc/markdown tables, but I envy the power (move/join/split columns and row) of vkocubinsky/SublimeTableEditor. Could demon386 make use of vkocubinsky, or vkocubinsky support pandoc style tables? What happens if one has them loaded at the same time?
See the issue #8 (#8)
This shouldn't be hard to implement. However, as a last-year graduate student, I'm in a quite busy period.
I hope I can have some time to work on it, or someone can take a hand in it.
Well, an easy approach would be to now take out the table stuff from SmartMarkdown and simply refer people to use SublimeTableEditor, which supports many different modes and much more advanced functionality. No need to duplication!