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tmux provides a number of commands in the shell such as rename-session which operate on the session that the invoking shell belongs to.

It also provides commands like list-clients which list out the different tmux sessions that are currently running.

I am looking for a command along the lines of tmux pwd which will echo out the name of the tmux session to which my active shell session belongs.

e.g. Inside tmux session foo:

$ tmux pwd
foo

Is there a command for this, or a roundabout way to get it?

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Try executing this inside your tmux session:

tmux display-message -p '#S'

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