Thanks, yeah that kind of solves it. I think it would still to be nice to able to have remember_open_files set to true, but be able to open a "clean" sublime window via a command line switch (again,
-n already does this, except when sublime isn't already running, which seems inconsistent). I think a lot of users like me like to use editors in two different contexts:
1) "project" context, where multiple tabs, hot exit, remembering open files, etc. are desired
2) "single file edit" context, where I want to edit a single file in isolation (usually launched from the command line) and I just want a single window with no other tabs and no hot exit.
Right now I can basically choose between one or the other with global settings, but it would be nice to be able to do both together, using a command line switch for #2. Seems like sublime is really close to supporting that, just not quite there.
Thanks for the great editor!