Making git use Sublime Text for rebase etc
First up, let's make Sublime Text 2 available from the command line in terminal, by creating a link to
subl which is the launcher from terminal:
ln -s /Applications/Sublime\ Text\ 2.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl /usr/local/bin/sublime
(added bonus of this approach is when you upgrade to ST3 or change text editor, you can just redirect the symlink).
If there's any chance that
bash doesn't check
usr/local/bin then use Launch Sublime Text 2 from Mac OSX Terminal for more detailed instructions on how to make this happen.
Now tell git to use
git config --global core.editor "sublime -n -w"
(the -n = new window; -w = wait for file to be closed before returning. If you don't use the latter option, Sublime doesn't actually let you edit before returning to the in process
git rebase or similar.)
Et voila, from now on when you do a
rebase or similar, it should open in Sublime Text.