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I would like to be able to freeze and thaw tmux sessions. That is, to take a complex set of session state, persist it, and bring it back from some persistent store later. Essentially, git stash for terminal session state. Does anybody know of a way to do this?

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CryoPID is close to being able to do this, I'm not aware of any others.

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tmux-resurrect is useful here. It won't capture all the state you might be interested in but it does things such as pane layouts and contents and vim sessions.

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