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Fix for multiple users on the same machine

The issue and fix are described in https://github.com/tmux-plugins/tmux-continuum/issues/16 .

Without this change, tmux-continuum works only for one tmux server on the machine. In a multi-user environment (e.g. a shared server), when multiple users are running their own tmux servers, this means that tmux-continuum works only for one of the users.

This change enables tmux-continuum for one tmux server per user instead of one tmux server per machine.
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v9v 4 years ago
committed by Bruno Sutic
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  1. 1
      CHANGELOG.md
  2. 3
      scripts/helpers.sh

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CHANGELOG.md

@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
### master
- bugfix: "auto restore" feature stopped working
- bugfix: prevent race condition when auto-saving with locks (@v9v)
- Multiple users on a system can now each run continuum on their own.
### v3.1.0, 2015-03-14
- properly quote scripts

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scripts/helpers.sh

@ -24,7 +24,8 @@ current_tmux_server_pid() {
all_tmux_processes() {
# ignores `tmux source-file .tmux.conf` command used to reload tmux.conf
ps -Ao "command pid" |
local user_id=$(id -u)
ps -u $user_id -o "command pid" |
\grep "^tmux" |
\grep -v "^tmux source"
}

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