Mac version has a great feature - --wait command line option can be used to block external program that triggered opening of file until tab is closed. Is something like that possible on Windows?
If not, then at least it would be nice if I could start separate instance of Sublime. --new-window sort of does that but this also does not block external application until window is closed.
I'm asking because I would like to use Sublime with git, It opens text files on rebasing that user should edit and save. It does not work well when sublime gives back control to application right after file is opened.
The way it works on Mac would be ideal but if that's not possible due to platform limitations, another good option would be command line options: --new-window --no-session-save (self explanatory I hope) that would give back control to application after window is closed.