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tilix - A tiling terminal emulator for Linux using GTK+ 3


A tiling terminal emulator for Linux using GTK+ 3. The Tilix web site for users is available at https://gnunn1.github.io/tilix-web.Note that Terminix is changing its name to Tilix due to a trademark issue with the Terminix International Corporation. It may take a few weeks to complete the process, thank you in advance for your patience while we work through this change.

upterm - A terminal emulator for the 21st century.


Upterm (formerly Black Screen) is an IDE in the world of terminals. Strictly speaking, it's both a terminal emulator and an interactive shell based on Electron. Upterm shows the autocompletion box as you type and tries to be smart about what to suggest. Often you can find useful additional information on the right side of the autocompletion, e.g. expanded alias value, command descriptions, value of the previous directory (cd -), etc.

hyper - A terminal built on web technologies


Note: The version available on Homebrew Cask or Chocolatey may not be the latest. Please consider downloading it from here if that's the case.Regardless of the platform you are working on, you will need to have Yarn installed. If you have never installed Yarn before, you can find out how at: https://yarnpkg.com/en/docs/install.

terminus - A terminal for a more modern age


Terminus is a web technology based terminal heavily inspired by Hyper. It is, however, designed for people who need to get things done. Plugins can be installed directly from the Settings view inside Terminus.




Chalk - Terminal string styling done right


Chalk comes with an easy to use composable API where you just chain and nest the styles you want. Chain styles and call the last one as a method with a string argument. Order doesn't matter, and later styles take precedent in case of a conflict. This simply means that chalk.red.yellow.green is equivalent to chalk.green.

pywal - 🎨 Generate and change color-schemes on the fly.


Generate and change color-schemes on the fly. Pywal is a tool that generates a color palette from the dominant colors in an image. It then applies the colors system-wide and on-the-fly in all of your favourite programs.


alacritty - A cross-platform, GPU-accelerated terminal emulator


Alacritty is the fastest terminal emulator in existence. Using the GPU for rendering enables optimizations that simply aren't possible in other emulators. Alacritty currently supports FreeBSD, Linux, macOS, and OpenBSD. Windows support is planned before the 1.0 release. Alacritty is focused on simplicity and performance. The performance goal means it should be faster than any other terminal emulator available. The simplicity goal means that it doesn't have features such as tabs or splits (which can be better provided by a window manager or terminal multiplexer) nor niceties like a GUI config editor.

xterm.js - A terminal for the web


Xterm.js is a terminal front-end component written in JavaScript that works in the browser. It enables applications to provide fully featured terminals to their users and create great development experiences.

terminology - The best terminal emulator based on the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries


This is an EFL terminal emulator with some extra bells and whistles. Please see http://www.enlightenment.org for information on these.

cancer - It's terminal.


This is a terminal emulator. Why yet another? Because. To install it you will need rustup.rs, then you can install it with Cargo.

wezterm - A terminal emulator implemented in Rust


A terminal emulator implemented in Rust, using OpenGL ES 2 for rendering. This would manifest as a common core that could run as both a textual terminal multiplexer and a gui terminal emulator, where the GUI part could automatically provide a native UI around the remotely multiplexed terminal session.

st - a clone of suckless simple terminal aka st


This is a clone of suckless.org the coolest terminal client st. Light, stable, simple and fast. tmux brings in all other needed features. Edit config.mk to match your local setup (st is installed into the /usr/local namespace by default).

terminal-here - An Emacs package to open an external terminal emulator in the current directory


An Emacs package to open an external terminal emulator in directories associated with the current buffer. Run terminal-here-launch to start a terminal in the current directory.