I often used
vi to edit my local text files from the commandline. But actually
vi is not my favourite choice for editing text.
Here´s a tip, how to add Sublime Text 2 to the commandline.
First, create a symlink from your
/usr/local/bin directory, to the sublime binary:
ln -s /Applications/Sublime\ Text\ 2.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl /usr/local/bin/sublime
After that, check if the
/usr/local/bin dir is part of your
$PATH environment variable, by typing in:
/usr/local/bin can not be found in the output of the above command, you need to add it to the $PATH. Type in
vi ~/.bash_login and add the path (
:/usr/local/bin) at the end of the export command. If this line does not exits, just add it:
Save and quit the file. To reload the changes into the current shell session, type
That should be it. You should now be able to execute the
sublime command from anywhere. For example, to open the current folder, just type: