Sublime Text includes a command line tool, subl, to work with files on the command line. This can be used to open files and projects in Sublime Text, as well working as an EDITOR for unix tools, such as git and subversion. Requirements Sublime text 2 or 3 installed in your system within Applications folder Setup In order … Read more
As I’m working in the OSX Terminal more and more these days, I’m always on the lookout for time saving shortcuts. A really useful tip that I picked up recently from Zander Martineau is how to open up Sublime Text straight from the Terminal. This is done by hooking into a CLI utility that Sublime provides called subl. … Read more
Check menu View > Side Bar > Show Side Bar (for OS X) Menu: File > Open > select folder and open button (folder, not the file) Or drag and drop the selected folder in the Sublime Text window.