Today I finally learnt how to move a pane between windows in Tmux and yes - I will share this vodoo knowledge with you guys.
Searching through the internet gives us this:
# pane movement bind-key j command-prompt -p "join pane from:" "join-pane -s '%%'" bind-key s command-prompt -p "send pane to:" "join-pane -t '%%'"
This is the most popular binding for this 'moving' purposes. But - when you try it entering window number as the destination (or source) you get a message:
Can’t join a pane to its own window
join-pane [-bdhv] [-l size | -p percentage] [-s src-pane] [-t dst-pane] (alias: joinp) Like split-window, but instead of splitting dst-pane and creating a new pane, split it and move src-pane into the space. This can be used to reverse break-pane.
Yes - so this gives us nothing.
So - lurking through the horizon of the internet I found this:
So it looks like the full path takes 2 arguments: window_number.pane_number
So yes - bindings are still valid but instead entering single window number we should enter exact location like 1.3 (assuming you got at least 2 panes in 1 window)
Yes - this was not that obvious