That is awesome cool--thanks for that!
But what I'm really after at the moment though is the ability to say:
roy@zoidberg $ subl my_file.txt
at my git command line and have sublime open up my_file.txt so I can work on it.
I've got a subl.bat file on my PATH that lets me do so from a cmd window, but git's bash doesn't consider that a viable command I guess (even if I chmod +x it). So given that sublime doesn't currently come w/a little .exe shim program to handle this functionality (hint, hint ) I think I need an analagous subl.sh that bash will execute for me. Alas, I do not speak shell script at present--thus my request.
Thanks again for the response--I will definitely be making sublime my preferred editor for git.