Termistor: A New Tabbed Wayland Terminal
Written by Michael Larabel in Wayland on 27 December 2013 at 12:15 AM EST. 8 Comments
Giulio Camuffo has announced a new pet project he's been working on for Wayland: Termistor. The open-source Termistor is a drop-down, tabbed, terminal for Wayland.

Termistor is written in Qt5 and uses libtsm. As part of this drop-down, tabbed terminal work he also came up with a draft of a new protocol extension for handling the drop-down portion and implemented it via a new "Nuclear" Weston shell plug-in.

Those wanting to check out the new Termistor project can do so via reading the mailing list announcement and checking out the Termistor Git repository.

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