I know it's weird and I don't know if it's possible but it would be great to have the name of the command I run in the terminal emulator when I use bash or zsh.
At the moment, to launch a new terminal, I do something like
:term zsh so the buffer is named
term://.//26149:zsh. Now, I launch a long running command like
docker-compose up app. I want the buffer to be renamed to something like
term://.//docker-compose up app. I can do it manually by using
:file but is there a way to do it automatically?
The main goal is to access it very fast by doing
:b docker. If you have other tips to do that, I'm open to suggestions.