I've been pairing with a junior colleague on one of our dev servers using #tmux. It's been a fun experience. I've showed him how we could even chat by typing commented out commands.
Our other colleagues might be surprised if/when they poke about in the history. :D
@alfajet "commented out commands" can you tell me more about that ? Not sure understanding it well :s
@alfajet I've naver used tmux like that, I mean sharign a same window/session, very interesting and smart thing.
I need to find how auto-close session when all windows are closed in it. To do a "tmux by default" and no worry about closing them…
@Sp3r4z yep it's cool. With another colleague we even did a bit of pair programming through tmux/vim a couple of times.
It's a good tool to have for helping out a colleague if they're not sure what to do, especially if that's an important server. You can let them type the commands, check that's ok / rectify a bit.
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