tmuxinator

A quick one: tmuxinator is a super-easy way to manage your tmux configurations, setting up windows and panes just as you like them. When set up, you just have to run

mux work

to connect to your “work” tmux session. Mine, for instance, opens up three different windows, for each of three projects I’ve been working on lately, and one editor window that I just use for command-line stuff, split into two panes.

To get it working just brew install tmux tmuxinator, and then run mux new work to set up a “work” tmuxinator config.

 
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