I have moved away from Sublime Text in favour of Visual Studio Code, and have created PeopleSoft Tools for Visual Studio code. I’ve noticed that the Extract Call stack functionality performs considerably faster in VSCode than it does in Sublime Text because of Node’s non-blocking IO. It also permanently saves a stack track file (tidied or untidied) to the same location as the trace file.
The extension can be installed within VSCode, or you can find it here on the Extension Marketplace.
The source code has been posted here on GitHub.