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Add method `display_message` to `Pane` #119
Useful for displaying messages in a tmux session and doing stuff like:
>>> pane.display_message('#T', get_text=True) 'server.py (~/Downloads/libtmux/libtmux) - NVIM'
Here is a complete example:
# First create a Tmux session by yourself # before running this example # `$ tmux` >>> import libtmux >>> server = libtmux.Server() >>> session = server.list_sessions() >>> pane = session.attached_pane # Display a message "Hallo World!" in the tmux session >>> pane.display_message('Hallo World!') # Get current terminal title >>> pane.display_message('#T', get_text=True) ['server.py (~/Downloads/libtmux/libtmux) - NVIM']
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May 20, 2018
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