Just wanted to say this is a truly awesome project!

Also, it's the highest starred D project I've seen, but somehow isn't on
this list :
https://github.com/search?l=&o=desc&q=language%3AD&ref=advsearch&s=stars&type=Repositories&utf8=%E2%9C%93


On Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 7:36 PM, Gerald via Digitalmars-d-announce <
digitalmars-d-announce@puremagic.com> wrote:

> Terminix 1.4.0, a tiling terminal emulator for Linux written in D, is now
> available.
>
> This new release introduces a number of new features plus squashes some
> significant bugs. Additionally, this release introduces an awesome new
> Terminix website (https://gnunn1.github.io/terminix-web) thanks to the
> efforts of bil-elmoussaoui (https://github.com/bil-elmoussaoui) with
> assistance from ayoisaiah (https://github.com/ayoisaiah) on the mobile
> side.
>
> The following changes have been made in this release:
>
> - Merged the preferences and profiles dialogs together based on a design
> from Allan Day for a much more user friendly experience
> - Fixed a leak that was causing VTE file descriptors to be leaked as well
> as memory
> - Fixed problems with the Preference dialog not being freed correctly
> - Added additional options to Quake mode including horizontal alignment
> and hiding the headerbar
> - Added an option to zoom the terminal with the mouse scroll wheel
> - Re-worked the close dialog so it shows the user all of the processes
> running within the context of what is being closed. So - if you close the
> application, you will get warned about the processes across all Terminix
> windows, etc.
> - Fixed synchronized input so IME input works as expected
> - Added preference for the Window title, also title can be clicked and
> edited directly in the Headerbar´╗┐
>
> I'm always looking for contributors, if anyone is interested in doing some
> D GUI coding this is a great project to work on. And honestly, I'm not
> biased at all :)
>

Reply via email to