I usually start Sublime Text 2 from the command line to work, depending on the case, on the content of a directory or on a project (materialized with a *.sublime-project file).
It ends up with one of the following commands :
- subl .
- subl my-project.sublime-project
Here is the snippet I added to my .bashrc file to have the subl command automatically "guess" what I want. It does the following:
- If a path is given (subl "my/file.txt"), it opens the file.
- If nothing is given and a .sublime-project file exists in the current directory, it opens it
- If nothing is given and no .sublime-project file has been found, it opens the folder.