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Nov
17
answered Can I see what's going on in a tmux session without attaching to it?
Nov
5
awarded  vim
Nov
4
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
4
awarded  Nice Answer
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29
awarded  Enlightened
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30
awarded  Explainer
Aug
25
revised How can I paste (overwriting) with vim?
fix typo, per comment
Aug
23
awarded  Yearling
Jul
31
awarded  Guru
Jul
16
reviewed Approve Special File that causes I/O error
Jun
17
answered Make tmux block until program completes
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17
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Jun
5
reviewed Reject join : “File 2 not in sorted order”
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22
awarded  Good Answer
May
20
answered Use system clipboard in vi-copy mode in tmux
May
13
comment Is there an equivalent of GNU Screen's “log” command in tmux?
@sebelk: If you consider an individual line to be an “entry” then you could use a shell’s read and date to arrange that. E.g. bind-key H pipe-pane -o 'exec bash -c "while IFS= read -r line; do echo \"\$(date +%%Y%%m%%dT%%H%%M%%SZ%%z): \$line\"; done" >>$HOME/"#W-tmux.log"'
Apr
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
21
answered Get TMux scroll buffer contents
Apr
2
answered Why does `tmux` copy operation always output temporary gibberish to the terminal?