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  1. pbcopy + tmux, round 2

    With the introduction of, it turns out
    tmux and pbcopy *can* play nicely.
    The Homebrew formula:
        require 'formula'
        class TmuxMacosxPasteboard < Formula
          head 'git://', :tag => "dadea0aa48259c704d0b412b9588de2f5623e323"
          homepage '';
          def install
            system "make reattach-to-user-namespace"
            bin.install ["reattach-to-user-namespace"]
          def caveats; <<-EOS.undent
            In your tmux config (typically ~/.tmux.conf):
              set-option -g default-command "reattach-to-user-namespace -l zsh"
            Kill your tmux server(s) or source your tmux config
    This removes all the extra junk added; stakeout, a fake pboard that
    monitors ~/.current-output, etc.
    To copy from tmux within copy mode, just run:
        $> tmux_copy&
    This can be run inside tmux now, since pbcopy works. Whew.
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  1. Fake OS X clipboard support in tmux.

    NOTE: this assumes that the executables provided here are in
    ~/.dotfiles/bin - if not, tweak to your liking.
    So, there's the stakeout Ruby script that watches files and runs a
    command when they change.  This watches ~/.current-output and pipes it
    to pbcopy so it's in the OS X clipboard.  It cycles every half second.
    start_fake_pboard is a script that just kills any existing stakeout
    script and starts a new one.  Now, this kinda hinders other usage of
    stakeout, but I'm not too worried at this point.
    tmux.conf gets a change where Ctrl+a Ctrl+c calls save-buffer to the
    ~/.current-output file, so whatever's the buffer will get written with
    that keypress.
    Finally, vim gets Ctrl+c, which writes what's visually selected to that
    same file.
    Finally, you'll have to run start_fake_pboard on your own.  Since this
    is really only necessary on OS X, it makes sense to throw it in a plist
    file under ~/Library/LaunchAgents.
    Here's what mine looks like:
        <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
        <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "">
        <plist version="1.0">
    Obviously, you'll want to tweak to your liking (namely the path and the user
    you'll be running under.
    Again, it's a quick hack to get copy/paste working.  I thought about
    digging into tmux's source and see how to get access to pboard, but this
    was a lot faster (albeit not ideal as a permenant fix).
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