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It looks like sublime text 2 has official doc to support os x command line, I made it into /usr/local/bin/

ln -s "/Applications/Sublime Text 2.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl" /usr/local/bin/

I used to run below command from terminal to open current projects in TextMate.

mate .

Now I am swiching to Sublime Text 2. Which is missing this. What I need to do just add below code into ~/.bash_profile

alias sub='open -a "/Applications/Sublime Text 2.app"'

Then I can open projects the same you would have in TextMate in Sublime Text but with the following command

sub .

That means you also can open any app from terminal, like when I want to edit markdown post in jekyll, or edit README file in my project from terminal by Byword:

alias bw='open -a "/Applications/Byword.app"'