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Computer nerd, for life.


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comment Getting tmux to copy a buffer to the clipboard
Thanks works perfectly, the race condition isn't a concern for me, I only use 1 session.
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comment using environment variables in tmux.conf files
thanks for the help
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comment using environment variables in tmux.conf files
ok i found where things are breaking down, if I set the environment variable before i run tmux then i can use it in my tmux.conf file. If i set the environment variable, either in tmux.conf using set-environment or after i am in tmux then reload the tmux.conf it doenst use my new variables I have set. Any idea why?
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comment using environment variables in tmux.conf files
I cant get this to work in a tmux script file. I am sure $MYVAR is set, and I run the script and it fails. set -g default-path "$MYVAR" split-window -h it splits the window but default-path is not set to $MYVAR