Recently I have become addicted to using Tmux, to build all my windows that make up my development environment. Tmux was recommended to me as a easy way to run a program in the background. But I quickly became reliant on it to run multiple windows, tailing logs, running task runners and vim.
Tmuxifier is a great way to template Tmux windows and sessions. I work a lot with Vagrant and require a few of my Tmux windows to login to the virtual machine. I found this hard to template at first, because the Vagrant dependant windows in a session, were always launched before Vagrant had booted a virtual machine.
I finally solved this problem by creating the following Tmuxifier window, which will run “vagrant up” before loading all of the Vagrant dependant windows. Finally the main window exits leaving only the logged in Vagrant windows.