appear - reveal terminal programs in the gui

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Appear is a tool for revealing a given process in your terminal. Given a process ID, appear finds the terminal emulator view (be it a window, tab, or pane) containing that process and shows it to you. Appear understands terminal multiplexers like tmux, so if your target process is in a multiplexer session, appear will reveal a client connected to that session, or start one if needed.This project intends to support all POSIX operating systems eventually, but currently only supports macOS.

https://github.com/airbnb/appear

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