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List learning tool using tmux windows

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This is a tool to help you learn lists during day-to-day software development. When creating new tmux windows, each will be given the name of a list item, such as wonders of the ancient world. For each session, the list will be randomly chosen, but each window name (once you create it) within a list will appear in a consistent ordering.

Note that spaces are not currently supported.


To use this, install tmux-list-learner so it can be accessed in your path:

python3 install --user

Next, add the lines in tmux.conf.append to your ~/.tmux.conf

A default set of things to learn is created in your user config directory on first run. On Linux, this is ~/.config/tmux-list-learner/list.yaml

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