I used to open Sublime Merge from command line typing
$ smerge .
to have one (only one) SM window working on my current repository. I do my git things and then I close it. Usually I don’t keep SM opened.
The new build 1201 now opens two windows: the one I’m expecting to have and another one on the previously opened repository, sometimes the same repository of the first window.
Maybe this is the intended behaviour of this new version, but what I expect running SM explicitly indicating a repository is nothing more than a new window on that repository.
There is a way to tell SM to forget the last opened repository and open only one window?