I'm using ST2 on Windows and having to use CNTLM to make it through a Microsoft NTLM proxy server. I have:
in my user package control settings, which points to CNTLM, a "child proxy" to allow normal programs to deal with M$'s non-standard proxy server. Everything else (curl and git, using the Git Bash Shell) successfully uses CNTLM, but ST2 gives me:
There are no packages available for installation
However, if I use a different network (without the M$ proxy server) and remove the http_proxy setting, and kill CNTLM, then it works.
I am going to need a debug log (http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control/settings#setting-debug) to figure this out. It may include some private information (such as a password hash), so you should probably email it to me at email@example.com.
@brandondrew Did you ever send that debug log?
This seems to be related to #416. Let's continue to the conversation over there.