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Support "--wait" for invocations from command line on Windows

Kai Grossjohann 6 years ago • updated by Patrick McDonald 5 years ago 1
I would like to use Sublime Text 2 to edit my Mercurial commit messages (and patch descriptions), but invoking "sublime_text.exe --wait some_file" returns immediately instead of waiting until I have finished editing the file.

Also, it would be nice if Sublime Text could open a new window for that file.  ("open_files_in_new_window" is true by default and I haven't changed it.)

Using build 2139.
"sublime_text.exe -n some_file" opens a new window, --wait and -w are still not working on Windows (build 2210)

Any update on this bug? SL2 is not usable for git commit messages either