tmux Taster

tmux Taster

Mark McDonnell

Language: English

Pages: 96

ISBN: 1484207769

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

tmux Taster is your short, concise volume to learn about tmux, the terminal multiplexer that allows you to multiplex several virtual consoles. With tmux you can access multiple separate terminal sessions inside a single terminal window or remote terminal session, and do so much more.

Through the seven to-the-point chapters, you'll learn the fundamentals of tmux, scripting and automation, pane and window management, pair programming, and workflow management.

Increase your productivity by using a terminal multiplexer - start with tmux Taster today.

What you’ll learn

  • What terminal multiplexers are and how you can use tmux
  • How to manage scripting and automation
  • How to manage pane and window management
  • How to undertake pair programming and workflow management

Who this book is for

tmux Taster is for anyone who wants to get started with a terminal multiplexer, and get up and running quickly. This is a short, concise volume that will get you up and running quickly and efficiently.

Table of Contents

1. Chapter One: Starting with a Terminal Multiplexer

2. Chapter Two: Fundamentals

3. Chapter Three: Modifications

4. Chapter Four: Copy and Paster

5. Chapter Five: Scripting and Automation

6. Chapter Six: Pane/Window Management

7. Chapter Seven: Pair Programming

8. Chapter Eight: Workflow Management

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we’re able to properly copy and paste from tmux into different unrelated programs, as well as how to make the process easier, by utilizing some key bindings that make tmux behave more like Vim. CHAPTER 5 Pane/Window Management Being able to efficiently manage your tmux windows and panes is a skill that usually is acquired over a long period of time, as you find yourself becoming more comfortable with this powerful screen-management tool. In this chapter, I’m going to review some key binding

to instantly terminate. 47 CHAPTER 5 N PANE/WINDOW MANAGEMENT Command-Line Mode The kill-window command will immediately close the current window. N Note You can pass the -a flag, which will mean all windows will be closed, except the current window or the window specified using the target -t flag. Confirmation Prompt The

& key binding is an abstraction around the kill-window command. It utilizes tmux’s confirm-before feature (see the following Note) to ensure that a message is displayed

Development), which was the principle of writing tests first, before writing any code, so as to ensure more focused, efficient, and cleaner code. But all these defensive programming techniques were unable to resolve, arguably, the most fundamental issue that you’ve likely heard uttered a few times in your career: “but it works on my machine.” Effectively, this statement would be uttered by a programmer in the moment of confusion when, after all the tests and checks had passed, and we were “all

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help me understand where I had gone wrong (albeit usually via the most sarcastic response he could muster). If it were not for his help, I would have likely failed for a second time, and this book would not have been. Throughout my time at the BBC, I’ve had the opportunity to work with some fantastically talented developers. Dan Scotton (@danscotton) is one of those rare breeds of human being who is unbearably talented, while also being unbelievably positive and friendly. Working with Dan has

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