Version 0.6 of dvtm

Release Notes: Window content buffering upon resize: dvtm saves the window content upon window shrinkage and restores it once the window gets bigger again. This improves usability quite a bit. Also featured in this release is multiplexing mode, in which keystrokes will be sent to all non-minimized windows.

    Other releases

    •  09 Mar 2014 01:56

      Release Notes: This release gets rid of window decorations if only one window exists. The lock screen functionality has been removed, and the redraw logic after terminal resizes improved. There are a few new key bindings. Scrolling up and down now function without any modifier key by means of Shift-Page{Up,Down}. Mod+Tab switches to the previously-focused window.

      •  28 Dec 2013 21:17

        Release Notes: This release improves redraw logic, which reduces cursor flickering, and adds better non-blocking input handling and more accurate terminal emulation.

        •  04 Apr 2013 01:17

          Release Notes: Changes include a copy mode with vi style key bindings that allows easy access to the scroll back buffer and supports searching and copy/paste. Various terminal emulation fixes, including support for the alternate screen mode and introduction of its own terminfo description file. This release also features a new command line switch to disable mouse support at startup, and a new key binding to create new windows with the working directory set to the one of the currently selected window.

          •  01 Aug 2012 21:02

            Release Notes: Changes include AIX support, a Cygwin compile fix, terminal emulation correctness fixes, and some minor code cleanups here and there.

            •  06 Sep 2011 21:09

              Release Notes: Better content backfill on window resizing. Dynamic color changes depending on the window title. Support for the 8 basic highlighted colors. Rudimentary mouse support. Fibonacci layout. Some cross-platform fixes.


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