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OS 10.5 - open new terminal from command line


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I want to launch a new Terminal, or better yet, add a new tab to an existing window, from a shell script. For example I want to be able to do

open -a Terminal /some/directory

and have it open a new terminal in that directory. I want to use this to launch terminals from shell scripts and stuff. Any ideas? Thanks.
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