Development

Open current terminal directory in Sublime Text

Being able to open the current directory from terminal in Sublime Text is very useful, I’ve seen others do it and figured I’d find out. Turns out it’s very simple by placing the following command in your bash profile:

nano ~/.bash_profile

Command to open sublime text.

# Open sublime command
subl () {
   open -a "Sublime Text" $@
}

Then to open the current directory in Sublime Text:

subl .

//calling subl without any arguments will open sublime.

 

David Carr

David Carr

For the past 12 years, I’ve been developing applications for the web using mostly PHP. I do this for a living and love what I do as every day there is something new and exciting to learn.

In my spare time, the web development community is a big part of my life. Whether managing online programming groups and blogs or attending a conference, I find keeping involved helps me stay up to date. This is also my chance to give back to the community that helped me get started, a place I am proud to be apart of.

Besides programming I love spending time with friends and family and can often be found together going out catching the latest movie, staying in playing games on the sofa or planning a trip to someplace I’ve never been before.