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# ~/.tmux.conf
#
# See the following files:
#
# /opt/local/share/doc/tmux/t-williams.conf
# /opt/local/share/doc/tmux/screen-keys.conf
# /opt/local/share/doc/tmux/vim-keys.conf
#
# URLs to read:
#
# http://blog.yjl.im/2009/11/migrating-to-tmux-from-gnuscreen.html
# http://blog.hawkhost.com/2010/06/28/tmux-the-terminal-multiplexer/
# http://blog.hawkhost.com/2010/07/02/tmux-%E2%80%93-the-terminal-multiplexer-part-2/
# http://www.dayid.org/os/notes/tm.html
#
# Other sample tmux.conf files
#
# http://www.mindfuzz.net/?p=178
#
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Global settings
 
# Set prefix key to Ctrl-a
unbind-key C-b
set-option -g prefix C-a
 
# send the prefix to client inside window
bind-key C-a send-prefix
 
# toggle last window like screen
bind-key C-a last-window
 
# open a man page in new window
bind-key / command-prompt "split-window 'exec man %%'"
 
# quick view of processes
#bind-key "~" split-window "exec htop"
 
# scrollback buffer n lines
set -g history-limit 5000
 
# listen for activity on all windows
set -g bell-action any
#set -g bell-action none
 
# start window indexing at zero (default)
set -g base-index 0
 
# instructs tmux to expect UTF-8 sequences
setw -g utf8 on
sest -g utf8 on
 
# tell tmux to use 256 colour terminal
set -g default-terminal "screen-256color"
 
# xterm-style function key sequences
setw -g xterm-keys on
 
# control automatic window renaming
setw -g automatic-rename off
 
# enable wm window titles
set -g set-titles on
 
# wm window title string (uses statusbar variables)
#set -g set-titles-string "tmux.#I.#W"
 
# don't close windows. just deactivate them. use respawn-window to reactivate.
#setw -g remain-on-exit on
 
 
# Key bindings
 
# reload settings
bind-key R source-file ~/.tmux.conf
 
# detach client
bind-key d detach
bind-key C-d detach
 
# choose a client to detach
bind-key D choose-client
 
# choose window/session
bind-key "'" choose-window
bind-key '"' choose-session
 
# display visible indicator of each pane
bind-key w display-panes
 
# navigate panes using jk, and ctrl+jk (no prefix)
bind-key -r j select-pane -t :.-
bind-key -r k select-pane -t :.+
bind-key -r C-j select-pane -t :.-
bind-key -r C-k select-pane -t :.+
 
# navigate windows using hl, and ctrl-hl (no prefix)
bind-key -r h select-window -t :-
bind-key -r l select-window -t :+
bind-key -r C-h select-window -t :-
bind-key -r C-l select-window -t :+
 
# swap panes
bind-key -r J swap-pane -D
bind-key -r K swap-pane -U
 
# Ctrl-Left/Right cycles thru windows (no prefix)
bind-key -n "C-Left" select-window -t :-
bind-key -n "C-Right" select-window -t :+
 
# Ctrl-Up/Down cyles thru panes (no prefix)
bind-key -n "C-Up" select-pane -t :.-
bind-key -n "C-Down" select-pane -t :.+
 
# Cycle to next pane
bind-key -r Tab select-pane -t :.+
 
# kill current pane/window
bind-key q confirm-before kill-pane
bind-key Q confirm-before kill-window
bind-key C-q confirm-before kill-pane
#bind-key x kill-pane
#bind-key X kill-window
 
# window layouts (emacs-like)
#bind-key 1 break-pane
#bind-key 2 select-layout even-vertical
#bind-key 3 select-layout even-horizontal
#bind-key o select-pane -U
 
# specific window layouts
#bind -r y next-layout
#bind o select-layout "active-only"
#bind O select-layout "main-vertical"
 
# copying and pasting
bind-key [ copy-mode
bind-key ] paste-buffer -s \015
 
# vi-style controls for copy mode
setw -g mode-keys vi
 
# enable mouse selection in copy mode
setw -g mode-mouse on
 
# list all paste buffers (default key is '#')
bind-key b list-buffers
 
# choose buffer to paste interactively (default key was '=')
bind-key p choose-buffer
 
# delete the most recently copied buffer of text (default key was '-')
bind-key x delete-buffer
 
 
# Screen-like key bindings
 
# new window
bind-key C-c new-window
bind-key c new-window
 
# next
bind-key -r Space next-window
bind-key -r "C-Space" next-window
 
# prev
bind-key BSpace previous-window
 
# title (default key in tmux is ',')
bind-key A command-prompt "rename-window %%"
 
# quit
bind-key \ confirm-before kill-server
 
# displays
bind-key * list-clients
 
# redisplay (default key in tmux is 'r')
#bind-key C-l refresh-client
#bind-key l refresh-client
bind-key r refresh-client
 
 
# Split windows like vim
 
# vim's definition of a horizontal/vertical split is reversed from tmux's
#bind-key s split-window -v
#bind-key v split-window -h
 
# alternatively, use better mnemonics for horizontal/vertical splits
bind-key - split-window -v
bind-key _ split-window -v
bind-key | split-window -h
 
# resize panes like vim
bind-key -r < resize-pane -L 3
bind-key -r > resize-pane -R 3
bind-key -r + resize-pane -U 1
bind-key -r = resize-pane -D 1
 
 
# Statusbar settings
 
# toggle statusbar
bind-key s set status
 
# use vi-style key bindings in the status line
set -g status-keys vi
 
# amount of time for which status line messages and other indicators
# are displayed. time is in milliseconds.
set -g display-time 2000
 
# default statusbar colors
set -g status-fg white
set -g status-bg default
set -g status-attr default
 
# default window title colors
setw -g window-status-fg white
setw -g window-status-bg default
setw -g window-status-attr dim
 
# active window title colors
setw -g window-status-current-fg cyan
setw -g window-status-current-bg default
#setw -g window-status-current-attr bright
setw -g window-status-current-attr underscore
 
# command/message line colors
set -g message-fg white
set -g message-bg black
set -g message-attr bright
 
 
# Session initialization
 
# Note:
# new - alias for new-session
# neww - alias for new-window
 
# first session
#new -d -s0
#neww -d
#neww -d
#neww -d
 
# second session
#new -d -s1
#neww -d
#neww -d
 
#select-window -t1
 
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# vim: fen fdl=0 fdm=marker

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