niche.sh is an experimental shell that aims to be platform neutral, operate multiple machines, and provide a simple and efficient command line.
|Tags||Terminals Terminal Emulators/X Terminals Shells|
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD Windows Mac OS X Solaris|
Release Notes: "source host" and "source user" were added to the defaults dialog to allow ssh connections to be routed via an intermediate machine. An icon was added to the main window. Java 1.6 is used for all platforms except Mac OS X. The launch4j launcher was added for the Windows platform.
Release Notes: This release implements context-sensitive listing when the END key is pressed, adds icon and application bundling files for the Mac platform, and alters internal threading arrangements, resulting in minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Timeouts on ssh and telnet conections were fixed. rsh was removed as one of the default protocols. More status messages relating to outgoing connections were added.
Release Notes: Handling of the escape key under Mac OS X was corrected. The DISPLAY environment variables are suppressed for Mac OS X and Windows based clients by default. Some bugs related to storing environment variable settings were fixed.
Release Notes: This version was updated for Java 1.6. Better defaults have been set for Windows. Some bugfixes and a few more status messages were added.