I’ve been using tmuxinator for a long time to automate tmux sessions for various projects.
It’s written in Ruby, and various packages/gem upgrades broke it occasionally, having me scrambling for a fix.
On top of that, installing it on various servers missing Ruby installation was a chore.
Thus rusmux was born. I’ve used it as an opportunity to:
- Work with the existing
.ymlproject files of
- Provide a single binary I can copy around.
- Further my knowledge and understanding of Rust and the tooling around it.
While not providing 100% of
rusmux is ready to
replace it for my use cases.