I'm working on a .NET API and I'm actively using the Git GUI in conjunction with the git commands at the Command prompt. (I'm using ConEmu rather than the generic Windows Command Prompt tool.) I'd love to be able to open the Git GUI executable (and, for that matter, Sublime Text executable) at the command prompt to the current directory. In OS X for example, I'd navigate to the project directory and type the following.
Open Sublime Text to the current directory: subl .
Open GitX to the current directory: gitx .
I've set these up in OS X using "symlinks." How do I set up something similar in Windows? I suspect I use the PATH variable along with the %programfiles% or %programfiles(x86)% path to the executables?