Terminology 1.1.1 ignores the final argument given when -e is used. Terminology 1.1.0 did not have this bug. The problem is an off-by-one in commit 669533fef55cede04b18a2b5f56a0c7feb242c67 - the loop bounds were incorrectly adjusted from i < argc to i < argc -1. To repro, do terminology --hold -e echo foo bar baz - only foo and bar will be printed (whereas earlier versions correctly print all 3 args).
In the meantime I'm using this script as my ~/bin/terminology to workaround the problem.
#!/bin/bash # Until https://phab.enlightenment.org/T6175 is fixed and released e_found= for i; do if [ "$e_found" ]; then e_found=yes break elif [ "$i" = "-e" ]; then e_found=maybe fi done if [ "$e_found" = yes ]; then exec /usr/bin/terminology "$@" dummy else exec /usr/bin/terminology "$@" fi