I am running Sublime Text 2 and OS X 10.7.5. Frequently, I will run a command from the Terminal and redirect the output so I can view it in Sublime. For example:
svn diff | subl
When I do this, I can see the output in Sublime, but I don't see the command prompt until I either close the output or press Ctrl+C. This is somewhat annoying. I would like the command prompt to come up immediately, like it does when piping output to TextWrangler. How can I do this? I am sure I can come up with a shell script or Python script to do it for me, but I am wondering if there is a simpler way, maybe involving some option built into Sublime.