Can we please get a proper port of the "subl" command line command for Windows?
Users can almost hack together this, by:
1. Adding the Sublime Text installation directory to PATH.
2. Launching a Git Bash terminal.
3. Calling sublime_text <file or directory> &.
4. Closing the duplicate project window that comes up (Sublime thinks you always want to open the last project).
None of these four things should be things users have to deal with in a proper "subl" command.
* subl.exe's directory should be appended to PATH during Sublime Text installation in Windows.
* subl should fork a thread for itself, returning control to the terminal it was called from.
* subl should not open the last project but only its argument <file or directory>.