By Franck Pachot
When I did my first demo using tmux, I have written the following blog post to explain it: https://blog.dbi-services.com/using-tmux-for-semi-interactive-demos/. Since then I’ve done all my demos with this technique. My scripts and configuration files have evolved now I have uploaded the on GitHub to share them: https://github.com/FranckPachot/scripts/tree/master/tmux-demo
The README.md explains the pre-requisites (a recent version of Tmux), how to download the scripts quickly (I use this to get everything ready on a new Cloud host), and how to run it. The ‘demo’ alias starts tmux attached to the same session (in order to see it on the laptop and the beamer). The .vimrc defines the macros to run lines from the script file as tmux-send commands.
If you have questions, the best is to ask them on Twitter:
Here are the scripts and configuration files I use for my demos with tmux: https://t.co/OuuhHClmt3
— Franck Pachot (@FranckPachot) July 6, 2018