A tmux windows manager
A simple tmux windows manager.
$ pip3 install pmuxy
List all configurations under ~/.pmuxy:
$ pmuxy list
Open a configuration:
$ pmuxy open <configuration>
pmuxy will look for the first session on the tmux server and open a new window in there.
Configuration files are simple yaml files and they should be stored under ~/.pmuxy
window_name: test-window attach: false shell_commands: - export TEST_VAR=test #Sets a new variable tmux_commands: - select-pane -P bg=colour236 #The first pane will have the background color 236
window_name- The new window name.
attach- Boolean to tell pmuxy whether we want to attach to the new window or no, defaults to
shell_commands- These commands will be launched on the shell within the first pane of the new window.
tmux_commands- These commands will be launched on the new tmux window.
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