10 Apr '13, 5am

Tmux is extremely cool. @pivotallabs uses a sweet #tmux setup for #remotepairprogramming:

I solved the copy/paste from `tmux` sessions over `SSH` by using X as a transport, and the [`xsel`](http://www.kfish.org/software/xsel/ ) command to put the `tmux` buffer into the X clipboard. Please note that you need `X11Forwarding on` in your `~/.ssh/config` file, X11 open on your Mac, Pasteboard Syncing enabled in the X11.app preferences and the following shortcut into your `~/.tmux.conf`: # Copy into the X clipboard bind-key C-c run ‘tmux show-buffer | xsel -pbi’ After you select text in the tmux window, it is automatically copied in the tmux buffer, then when you’ll hit `C-b C-c` it gets copied in the X buffer by xsel, that gets forwarded over `SSH` to X11 on your mac, and synched in your OSX Pasteboard by X11.app. The same can be accomplished in Vim, thanks to [this tip](http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Accessing_the_system_clipboard ), that boils down to these lines in yo...

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/how-we-use-tmux-for-remote-pair-pr...

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To improve pairing: Pair Programming Matrix

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pivotallabs.com 12 Apr '13, 6pm

(Update 07/17/2012: Added link to Pair Programming Matrix Google Doc ) At Pivotal Labs we consider ourselves to be expert ...