BUMP: I'm having the very same issue as the OP. Can anyone else confirm that the command below, which is from the ST2 docs, actually works?
ln -s "/Applications/Sublime Text 2.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl" ~/bin/subl
I just started using ST2 and like it so far. I'd like to keep using it.
I don't have a background in programming, am new to the Terminal (mere days), but willing to learn.
Now: The path to my "subl" file is: HD, Applications, Sublime Text 2, Contents, SharedSupport, bin, subl (a unix executable file, 414Kb).
I assume it was created when I ran the line command above, the one from the Sublime Text 2 docs, and that I have created a symlink.
But when I run:
-bash: subl: command not found
Any help would be appreciated