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

  •    D

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.

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

  •    Rust

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.

terminal - Terminal emulator designed for elementary OS

  •    Vala

A super lightweight, beautiful, and simple terminal. Comes with sane defaults, browser-class tabs, sudo paste protection, smart copy/paste, and little to no configuration. DISTRIBUTORS: depending on the policy of your distribution, either inform the user about this via the default mechanism for your distribution (for DIY distros like Arch), or add that line to /etc/zshrc automatically on installation (for preconfigured distros like Ubuntu).




termonad - Terminal emulator configurable in Haskell.

  •    Haskell

Termonad is a terminal emulator configurable in Haskell. It is extremely customizable and provides hooks to modify the default behavior. It can be thought of as the "XMonad" of terminal emulators. Termonad can be installed on any system as long as the necessary GTK libraries are available. The following are instructions for installing Termonad on a few different distributions and systems. If the given steps don't work for you, or you want to add instructions for an additional system, please send a pull request.