So my problem is that whenever I launch Sublime Text 2 from the command line (symlink or not), it will not return to the shell until I close sublime text manually. I'm not using the -w option. It does this all the time. Any idea what could be wrong? Thanks
Believe it has to do with the process launching the foreground. You can get the terminal back by doing something like "sublime . &" The ampersand makes it a background process rather than a foreground process. I don't know about the sublime flags, but this is a general solution. You would see the same type of behavior using something like gedit from the terminal.
nice, gonna give this a try when i get home. Here at work (osx) it all works fine.
Experiencing the same thing here, and is counter to the documentation.
Really shouldn't need to run as a background process to start from the command line.