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On this page you find all important commands for the CLI tool tmuxinator. If the command you are looking for is missing please ask our AI.


  1. Tmuxinator is a powerful command-line tool used to manage and automate sessions in Tmux.
  2. It serves as a script-based session manager for Tmux, providing a way to define and organize pre-configured Tmux sessions.
  3. With Tmuxinator, you can avoid the repetitive task of manually configuring Tmux sessions each time you work on a project.
  4. It allows you to define a YAML configuration file that specifies the windows, panes, and commands you want to run within a Tmux session.
  5. This configuration file can be easily customized and tailored to suit your project requirements.
  6. Tmuxinator supports multiple projects, enabling you to switch effortlessly between different project sessions.
  7. You can also define and manage global options such as default shell, Tmux window title, and other Tmux configuration settings.
  8. Tmuxinator provides a clean and intuitive command-line interface for creating, starting, stopping, and listing Tmux sessions.
  9. It supports both common and advanced Tmux features, such as attaching to existing sessions, window splitting, pane arrangement, and sending commands to running sessions.
  10. Tmuxinator is highly extensible, and you can enhance its functionality by integrating it with other command-line tools or scripting solutions.

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