the best terminal emulator written with the EFL
It's working seamlessly, thanks a lot,
I little notification like "url opened" could be a plus ;)
FYI, this is still my #1 most disliked aspect of terminology.
yep sure, I'm pulling/updating on a daily basis ;)
I'll fix that soon. @jeyzu: Could I ask you to test the git version once I'll have it fixed?
I really miss my single left click on an url to open it through xdg-open.
Could this behaviour be restored, because to me it has nothing to do with the present issue.
Sun, Dec 16
CVE-2018-20167 has now been assigned to this vulnerability and made public.
I've done the release at https://www.enlightenment.org/news/2018-12-16-terminology-1.3.1
The fix is on 1ac204da9148e7bccb1b5f34b523e2094dfc39e2.
\e}pn will no longer open a browser.
Sounds good. Let me know when this is available in the Terminology master branch.
I've removed media_unknown_handle().
The terminology escape codes can already be disabled in the settings panel.
Thanks for looking into this.
You are right.
I'll fix it in Terminology 1.3.1 soon.
Sat, Dec 15
Still the case with latest terminology-1.3.0. I will try with efl-1.20.7 tomorrow and report back.
Fri, Dec 7
Then Linus made a joke about Greg being big and squishing people that may or may not be playful or insulting, without knowing much about the relationship between these guys it's hard to say. Squish is hardly a word you use when you're really angry though.
Wed, Dec 5
xterm uses a concept from X called cut buffers. i never understood it myself and there are many people who neither.
I've seen this before and (iirc) if you "unset DISPLAY" it works .. not sure why tho, could be something in elementary's detection at startup (ie: it sees DISPLAY as being set and tries to run in X11)
Tue, Dec 4
Mon, Nov 26
Sun, Nov 25
- Also install terminology-helpers.1
I can still reproduce this issue on 1.3.0.
Tue, Nov 20
Mon, Nov 19
this patch breaks mutt and newsboat for me.