To open a file to edit in gedit I run
gedit sample.py &. But with Sublime Text it is simply
subl sample.py. This opens the file to edit and it doesn't run in the background (in my shell).
How would I do that with gedit?
exec /usr/bin/gedit "$@" (copied from
/usr/bin/subl) but it works like
alias ged="gedit $file &" should do. What can I substitute
$file in the alias?