Rename the plugin to 'tmux-continuum'

parent 7f0e7268
# Changelog
### master
- rename the plugin from `tmux-resurrect-auto` to `tmux-continuum`
### v2.2.0, 2015-02-20
- document tmux multi-server behavior in the readme
# tmux-resurrect-auto
# tmux-continuum
......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ enable this for your system.
Last saved environment is automatically restored when tmux is started.
Put `set -g @resurrect-auto-restore 'on'` in `tmux.conf` to enable this.
Put `set -g @continuum-restore 'on'` in `tmux.conf` to enable this.
Note: automatic restore happens **exclusively** on tmux server start. No other
action (e.g. sourcing `tmux.conf`) triggers this.
......@@ -46,10 +46,10 @@ of Feb 2015).
Add plugin to the list of TPM plugins in `.tmux.conf`:
set -g @tpm_plugins ' \
tmux-plugins/tpm \
tmux-plugins/tmux-resurrect \
tmux-plugins/tmux-resurrect-auto \
set -g @tpm_plugins ' \
tmux-plugins/tpm \
tmux-plugins/tmux-resurrect \
tmux-plugins/tmux-continuum \
Hit `prefix + I` to fetch the plugin and source it. The plugin will
......@@ -63,11 +63,11 @@ of Feb 2015).
Clone the repo:
$ git clone ~/clone/path
$ git clone ~/clone/path
Add this line to the bottom of `.tmux.conf`:
run-shell ~/clone/path/resurrect_auto.tmux
run-shell ~/clone/path/continuum.tmux
Reload TMUX environment:
......@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ Here are the steps to restore to a previous point in time:
- `$ cd ~/.tmux/resurrect/`
- locate the save file you'd like to use for restore (file names have a timestamp)
- symlink the `last` file to the desired save file: `$ ln -sf <file_name> last`
- do a restore with `tmux-resurrect` binding: `prefix + Ctrl-r`
- do a restore with `tmux-resurrect` key: `prefix + Ctrl-r`
You should now be restored to the time when `<file_name>` save happened.
......@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ time to time.
The interval is always measured in minutes. So setting the interval to `60`
(minutes) will do the trick. Put this in `.tmux.conf`:
set -g @resurrect-auto-save-interval '60'
set -g @continuum-save-interval '60'
and then source `tmux.conf` by executing this command in the shell
`$ tmux source-file ~/.tmux.conf`.
......@@ -120,14 +120,14 @@ and then source `tmux.conf` by executing this command in the shell
Just set the save interval to `0`. Put this in `.tmux.conf`
set -g @resurrect-auto-save-interval '0'
set -g @continuum-save-interval '0'
and then source `tmux.conf` by executing this command in the shell
`$ tmux source-file ~/.tmux.conf`.
> I had automatic restore turned on, how do I disable it now?
Just remove `set -g @resurrect-auto-restore 'on'` from `tmux.conf`.
Just remove `set -g @continuum-restore 'on'` from `tmux.conf`.
To be absolutely sure automatic restore doesn't happen, create a
`tmux_no_auto_restore` file in your home directory (command:
......@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ source "$CURRENT_DIR/scripts/"
source "$CURRENT_DIR/scripts/"
source "$CURRENT_DIR/scripts/"
supported_tmux_version_ok() {
......@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ just_started_tmux_server() {
start_auto_restore_in_background() {
$CURRENT_DIR/scripts/ &
$CURRENT_DIR/scripts/ &
main() {
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ Tmux is automatically started after the computer/server is turned on.
### OS X
To enable this feature:
- put `set -g @resurrect-auto-tmux-start 'on'` in `tmux.conf`
- put `set -g @continuum-boot 'on'` in `tmux.conf`
- reload tmux config with this shell command: `$ tmux source-file ~/.tmux.conf`
Next time the computer is started:
......@@ -14,11 +14,11 @@ Next time the computer is started:
- if "auto restore" feature is enabled, tmux will start restoring previous env
Config options:
- `set -g @resurrect-auto-tmux-start-options 'fullscreen'` - terminal window
- `set -g @continuum-boot-options 'fullscreen'` - terminal window
will go fullscreen
- `set -g @resurrect-auto-tmux-start-options 'iterm'` - start `iTerm` instead
- `set -g @continuum-boot-options 'iterm'` - start `iTerm` instead
of ``
- `set -g @resurrect-auto-tmux-start-options 'iterm,fullscreen'` - start `iTerm`
- `set -g @continuum-boot-options 'iterm,fullscreen'` - start `iTerm`
in fullscreen
### Linux
......@@ -4,23 +4,23 @@ SUPPORTED_VERSION="1.9"
# time when the tmux environment was last saved (unix timestamp)
# tmux auto start options
# comma separated list of additional options for tmux auto start
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