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Way too serious for a software engineer.


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comment Split parent pane instead of the active one
I should've mentionned that's what I currently do, but trying every possibilities until finding the good one is a workaround, not a solution ;)
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accepted Get PID of the application running in the active terminal emulator
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comment Get PID of the application running in the active terminal emulator
My intended use was through a keybinding, so its parent would be the WM (OpenBox in my case).
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comment Get PID of the application running in the active terminal emulator
Thanks for the idea to get the children PIDs, and the cleaner way to get the PID of the window. I've posted the full answer in another reply though, so I'll not mark your answer as the accepted one.
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comment How to get the output inside `screen` out to a script?
Thanks :) The second link was explained why the first command has to be stuff, which was what I had trouble understanding.
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comment How to get the output inside `screen` out to a script?
One thing, though: the screen command I gave was just to send the command in. To start the screen, I used screen -dmS name program ;-)
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