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Vim Session keeping terminal state
I am currently using tmux to have two terminals on the left and vim on the right. One terminal is running Django server, and the other one is for general usage.
I am trying to find out if I can ditch tmux and use vim/neovim sessions as a solution.
Is there a way for a vim session to automatically change to a specific directory, enable a virtualenv and start the server as I am currently doing with tmux?