I make heavy use of screen's "log" command to log the output of a session to a file, when I am making changes in a given environment. I searched through tmux's man page, but couldn't find an equivalent. Is anyone aware of a similar feature in tmux, or do I have to write my own wrapper scripts to do this?
EDIT: I'm aware of 'script' and other utilities that allow me to log a session. The reason that screen's functionality is so useful is the ability to define a logfile variable which uses string escapes to uniquely identify each session.
e.g. I have a shell function which, given a hostname, will SSH to that host in a new screen window and set the window title to the hostname. When I start a log of that session, it is prefixed with the window title.
If this functionality doesn't exist in tmux, I'll have to create a new set of shell functions to set up 'scripts' of sessions I want to log. This isn't hugely difficult, but it may not be worth the effort given that screen does exactly what I need already.