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Created Jan 15, 2019

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Quick tmux session script
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Create a quick tmux session with an editor window and
# a console window. The session will be named after the
# directory supplied as an argument.
# Usage:
# qs path
# Check the arguments. There should be one argument only.
if [[ $# < 1 ]]; then
printf "%b" "Error, not enough arguments.\n" >&2
printf "%b" "Usage: qs path\n" >&2
exit 1
elif [[ $# > 1 ]]; then
printf "%b" "Error, too many arguments.\n" >&2
printf "%b" "Usage: qs path\n" >&2
exit 2
# Verify that the argument is a directory.
if [[ ! -d $1 ]]; then
printf "%b" "Error, the given argument is not a directory.\n" >&2
printf "%b" "Usage: qs path\n" >&2
exit 3
NAME=`basename $1`
cd $1
tmux new -s $NAME -n editor -d
tmux send-keys -t $NAME $EDITOR C-m
tmux new-window -n console -t $NAME
tmux select-window -t $NAME:1
tmux attach -t $NAME
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