category: mac sublime-text

Sublime - Command Line

on 2014-04-04

Sublime - Command Line

in Mac OS X make a symlink

ln -s "/Applications/Sublime Text" /bin/subl
// sublimetext 3
ln -s "/Applications/Sublime" /bin/subl

And Use it

subl --help
Usage: subl [arguments] [files]         edit the given files
   or: subl [arguments] [directories]   open the given directories
   or: subl [arguments] -               edit stdin

  --project <project>: Load the given project
  --command <command>: Run the given command
  -n or --new-window:  Open a new window
  -a or --add:         Add folders to the current window
  -w or --wait:        Wait for the files to be closed before returning
  -b or --background:  Don't activate the application
  -s or --stay:        Keep the application activated after closing the file
  -h or --help:        Show help (this message) and exit
  -v or --version:     Show version and exit

--wait is implied if reading from stdin. Use --stay to not switch back
to the terminal when a file is closed (only relevant if waiting for a file).

Filenames may be given a :line or :line:column suffix to open at a specific


Mac OS X 11中的/usr/bin 的“Operation not permitted”

trun on power

Command + R

Go to recovery mode

Open terminal

csrutil disable

set bin shell

If want to disable

csrutil enable

Refer - OS X Command Line

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