On Friday, 22 July 2016 at 19:24:58 UTC, Gerald wrote:
On Friday, 22 July 2016 at 17:30:30 UTC, sdhdfhed wrote:
On Friday, 22 July 2016 at 13:54:41 UTC, Gerald wrote:
I've pushed out the latest stable version of Terminix, a
tiling terminal emulator for Linux written in D using GtkD.
The following new features have been added:
Design changes as per discussion in #372
Support for background images
Limited support for automatic profile switching
Globally disable shortcuts
Copy on select preference
Support for a Visual Bell
Numerous bug fixes
More information is available at
I'm always looking for contributors, so if anyone is
interested in lending a hand feel free to join the party.
Is terminix already 'officially' packaged by any distro ?
It has been packaged for Debian though there is still an issue
with LDC to be sorted out:
The biggest challenge is getting D's tool chain supported, the
release of 1.0 of LDC is what is making this possible for
Terminix since DMD is a non-starter for most distros.
integration in distribution could be a good signal, what a say,
Excellent signal, for the D language. I know that some people
here are mostly starving at commercial usage...but for me such
tools written in D and available in linux distros via their
package manager would be a much more significant sign.