Hi, hopefully simple question here:
I want to use Sublime Text 2 as my default system editor, so that (for example) Git will allow me to edit commit messages with sublime. I added the following to my bash rc file:
export EDITOR="sublime -nw"
This works fine if I already have Sublime running -- it starts a new window, and waits until that window is closed to see what I typed. However, if Sublime is not running, it also starts a window with my most recent project open, and waits until that window is also closed. This is quite irritating. Does anyone have a command-line invocation to start Sublime without automatically loading the most recent project?