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Is there a way to update pwd in tmux status, instead of showing it in PS1?

set -g status-left "#(pwd)"
set -g status-interval 1

doesn't work.

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set -g status-left '#(pwd)' does set the pwd for me but it looks like that is a separate shell to the sessions you have open so always remains in /home/$user

You can set -g set-titles-string '#(pwd)' and that will follow your sessions.

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Think it should be '#(pwd)' in 2nd snippet – beardc Aug 26 '14 at 16:37
    
fat fingers =/ thanks! – Matt Aug 26 '14 at 18:36

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