UltCombo's Atom terminal. Forked from terminal-status.
Here is a quick overview of the features:
See the details below.
Press up/down to navigate the command history.
Type the beginning of a command and press up to search the command history. For instance, type
pm2 deploy and press up to get the most recent command beginning with
pm2 deploy (e.g.
pm2 deploy ecosystem.json stage), press up again to get older results that match the initial search (e.g.
pm2 deploy ecosystem.json production).
Start a command with a space in case you don't want to store it in the command history.
URLs and email addresses are clickable and open in the default browser or application.
Absolute file paths that point to inside of the working directory are also clickable and open in Atom.
You can open multiple terminals and switch between them through the status bar or key bindings.
Most developers have wide monitors and tend to limit line lengths in order to keep code optimally readable. Therefore, ult-terminal opens in a panel in the right side of your workspace taking advantage of the unused space instead of consuming your screen's precious vertical real estate.
You can set the width of the terminal panel to a fixed pixel size in the package settings, or you may also edit your stylesheet to perform more advanced customizations.
shift-enter: Show/hide current terminal
alt-shift-t: Open new terminal
alt-shift-j: Open next terminal
alt-shift-k: Open prev terminal
alt-shift-x: Destroy current terminal
All key bindings are available for remapping.
Check out the package settings for customizations and tips!
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