Eterm is a vt102 terminal emulator intended as a replacement for xterm. It is designed with a Freedom of Choice philosophy, leaving as much power, flexibility, and freedom as possible in the hands of the user. It is designed to look good and work well, but takes a feature-rich approach rather than one of minimalism. Current features include color support, background images (all Imlib-supported formats), theme support, and pseudo-transparency.
|Tags||Terminals Terminal Emulators/X Terminals|
Release Notes: This is a bugfix and security release. It includes speedups, fixes for SIGPIPE disabling, FreeBSD UNIX98 pty support, enhanced font effects, and a crash using visual bell. It also contains security fixes for CVE-2011-0409 and CVE-2011-0768. All users are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible.
Release Notes: This release contains primarily bugfixes, particularly for dead keys, but has a few new features thrown in as well, like support for a "beep command" to replace the PC speaker beep, EWMH/xcompmgr window opacity support, 256-color support, and NetWM startup ID support.
Release Notes: Various fixes for 64-bit systems, escape sequence handling, XIM error handling, improved EWMH compatibility, and a workaround for UTF-8 locales.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release. However, one new feature in particular was added. Escreen provides a unique interface between Eterm and GNU screen, facilitating multiple sessions in a single Eterm window.
Release Notes: This release replaces both the former "stable" (0.8.x) and "development" (0.9) releases. There are many new features, and lots of bugfixes. If you use Eterm at all, this release is highly recommended.