I've got an idea to use Sublime Text as my git editor (on Linux). After a short googling I have found the advice to use subl -n -w command. Unfortunately it does not work as I expect.
At first subl -n does not open only new window, but also a window with all files that I have opened recently. Maybe this is the correct behavior as the option is called New window and not New instance.
The second issue is connected to first one with --wait parameter. It does not wait only to the closing of new window, but to closing all Sublime text windows, which makes it almost unusable as git editor, because I normally have the editor opened also for another work.
Does there please exist any solution to better integrate git and Sublime text?