What about this: imagine if you could open your great Sublime Text 2 editor in a specific directory from the command line, well, today, I would like to share you the easiest way to configure that useful task in your Mac OSX. It is really simple, it just a matter of creating a symbolic link (a kind of direct access) to the subl executable.
Next line do the task for you:
sudo ln -s "/Applications/Sublime Text 2.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl" /usr/local/bin/subl
Once you have created the symbolic link, open a Terminal and run following command:
> subl directory_to_open // Example: open my Desktop folder in Sublime Text 2 > subl /Users/alex/Desktop
That’s it! Now you can open any directory using the command line.