Python Training by Dan Bader

How to use Sublime Text from the command line

Sublime Text comes with a handy command line tool (“subl”) that lets you control Sublime Text from the terminal. In this 3 minute screencast I’ll show you how to setup the command and what you can do with it.

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Commands demonstrated in the video:

# Open a blank Sublime Text window
$ subl
# Open an existing file
$ subl my-file.txt
# Create a new file
$ subl a-new-file.txt
# Make "subl" accessible from the command line
ln -s "/Applications/Sublime" /usr/local/bin/subl
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