Enlightenment's Terminal Gets New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Desktop on 9 December 2013 at 08:18 AM EST. 28 Comments
Terminology, the terminal emulator for the Enlightenment desktop built atop their EFL libraries, is up to version 0.4 and it's landed heavy with new features.

Improvements found inside Terminology 0.4 include text re-flow on resizing, full 256 color support, improved terminal compatibility, improved selection handling, backscroll compression, and many bug-fixes and other work. Terminology 0.4 is designed to be run against the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries 1.8 release -- it was released last week.

The release announcement for Terminology 0.4 can be found at Enlightenment.org. Stay tuned for more Enlightenment 0.18 news!

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