OS X system startup scripts for terminal and iterm

parent 56b3928e
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# for "true full screen" call the script with "true" as the first argument
TRUE_FULL_SCREEN="$1"
start_iterm_and_run_tmux() {
osascript <<-EOF
tell application "iTerm"
activate
# open iterm window
try
set _session to current session of current terminal
on error
set _term to (make new terminal)
tell _term
launch session "Tmux"
set _session to current session
end tell
end try
# start tmux
tell _session
write text "tmux"
end tell
end tell
EOF
}
resize_window_to_full_screen() {
osascript <<-EOF
tell application "iTerm"
set winID to id of window 1
tell i term application "Finder"
set desktopSize to bounds of window of desktop
end tell
set bounds of window id winID to desktopSize
end tell
EOF
}
resize_to_true_full_screen() {
osascript <<-EOF
tell application "iTerm"
delay 1
tell i term application "System Events"
key code 36 using {command down}
end tell
end tell
EOF
}
main() {
start_iterm_and_run_tmux
if [ "$TRUE_FULL_SCREEN" == "true" ]; then
resize_to_true_full_screen
else
resize_window_to_full_screen
fi
}
main
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# for "true full screen" call the script with "true" as the first argument
TRUE_FULL_SCREEN="$1"
start_terminal_and_run_tmux() {
osascript <<-EOF
tell application "Terminal"
if not (exists window 1) then reopen
activate
set winID to id of window 1
do script "tmux" in window id winID
end tell
EOF
}
resize_window_to_full_screen() {
osascript <<-EOF
tell application "Terminal"
set winID to id of window 1
tell application "Finder"
set desktopSize to bounds of window of desktop
end tell
set bounds of window id winID to desktopSize
end tell
EOF
}
resize_to_true_full_screen() {
osascript <<-EOF
tell application "Terminal"
delay 1
tell application "System Events"
keystroke "f" using {control down, command down}
end tell
end tell
EOF
}
main() {
start_terminal_and_run_tmux
if [ "$TRUE_FULL_SCREEN" == "true" ]; then
resize_to_true_full_screen
else
resize_window_to_full_screen
fi
}
main
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