iTerm is a full featured terminal emulation program written for OS X using Cocoa. It supports language encodings, VT100/ANSI/XTERM emulation and many convenient GUI features. iTerm is merged from CTerminal and TerminalX. The program is based on the code of JTerminal, and a large part of the original code is rewritten to implement more features and to run more efficiently. The current version is still in a beta stage. Features include:
Version 0.10 adds/changes the following:
[0.8.2] "I really liked the tabbed terminal, which is similar to Konsole in KDE, but it lagged when I was typing since my powerbook is only 867MHz. GLTerm was much faster on my powerbook, but GLTerm doesn't do tabs. :-("
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