Command Line Interface


In zsh (~/.zshrc) or bash (~/.bashrc):

eval "$(_TMUXP_COMPLETE=source tmuxp)"

Freeze sessions

tmuxp freeze <session_name>

You can save the state of your tmux session by freezing it.

Tmuxp will offer to save your session state to .json or .yaml.

Load session

You can load your tmuxp file and attach the vim session via a few shorthands:

  1. The directory with a .tmuxp.{yaml,yml,json} file in it
  2. The name of the project file in your $HOME/.tmuxp folder
  3. The direct path of the tmuxp file you want to load
# path to folder with .tmuxp.{yaml,yml,json}
tmuxp load .
tmuxp load ../
tmuxp load path/to/folder/
tmuxp load /path/to/folder/

# name of the config, assume $HOME/.tmuxp/myconfig.yaml
tmuxp load myconfig

# direct path to json/yaml file
tmuxp load ./myfile.yaml
tmuxp load /abs/path/to/myfile.yaml
tmuxp load ~/myfile.yaml

Absolute and relative directory paths are supported.

$ tmuxp load <filename>

Files named .tmuxp.yaml or .tmuxp.json in the current working directory may be loaded with:

$ tmuxp load .

Multiple sessions can be loaded at once. The first ones will be created without being attached. The last one will be attached if there is no -d flag on the command line.

$ tmuxp load <filename1> <filename2> ...


From teamocil

tmuxp import teamocil /path/to/file.{json,yaml}

From tmuxinator

tmuxp import tmuxinator /path/to/file.{json,yaml}

Convert between YAML and JSON

tmuxp convert /path/to/file.{json,yaml}

tmuxp automatically will prompt to convert .yaml to .json and .json to .yaml.