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Is there a terminal emulator that will have tabs and once closed and reopened (maybe with some identifier specified on the command line interface) will:

  • open the same amount of tabs
  • name each tab exactly as before
  • have them ordered as before they were closed
  • have them cd in the same directories
  • set the same env vars
  • run the same executables that were running in the same tabs

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Optionally it should "save state" into an external file.

  • iTerm does (some of) this on macOS, but you don't mention what Unix you're running. – Kusalananda Dec 28 '18 at 15:49
  • But the affected computer will, for example, be rebooted in the interim, right? (I guess I'm asking if you're aware of screen/tmux/byobu which do a subst of what you're asking?) – Ulrich Schwarz Dec 28 '18 at 16:08
  • @UlrichSchwarz yes, thanks for pointing this out, should work across reboots (that's the point actually). I just need to open a dozen of tabs each time I start working and run servers, utilities etc. Used to have a script that would do that for xfce4-terminal, but it was a pain to edit and some changes were required quite often. – exebook Dec 28 '18 at 16:19

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