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Check Out XMLTerm!

Wednesday March 15th, 2000

R. Saravanan writes, "As Mozilla approaches beta, XMLterm finally approaches alpha. Check out the new screenshots at XMLTerm.org. On Linux/Solaris, XMLterm can now be compiled simply by setting the configure option --with-extensions=xmlterm. XMLterm can also be used as a powerful Javascript console (check out a screenshot).

If you are a Linux mozilla user who also uses xterms in some form, please try out the M14-compatible version of the XMLterm binaries, which may be downloaded from here. Remember this is pre-alpha software; so don't delete your xterm binaries just yet! There are still many bugs and unimplemented features, but any feedback on the 'feel' of XMLterm will be appreciated."


#11 Re: XMLterm included with latest builds (3/19)

by svn <svn@xmlterm.org>

Monday March 20th, 2000 8:27 AM

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True, you can bring your system down! But if you you want to go beyond just the xterm-compatible features of xmlterm, you have to pay a price!

Copy and paste will be implemented. The reason I have been slow to do that is that full copy-and-paste will be part of a full drag-and-drop implementation, including dragging icons to and from the desktop and have the option of icons appearing in the xmlterm command line.

Saravanan