iTerm2 is a free, easy to use, simple replacement for Terminal and the successor to iTerm. iTerm2 works on Macs with Leopard or Snow Leopard.
iTerm2 is focused on performance, internationalization, and on support for innovative features that make your life better.
Here are some key features of "iTerm2":
· Split Panes
· Hotkey Window
· Mouseless Copy
· Paste History
· Instant Replay
· Full Screen
· 256 Colors
· Mouse Reporting
· Growl Support
· Exposé Tabs
· Tagged Profiles
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Add boolean hidden pref, OpenFileInNewWindows. When you open a file (e.g., a shell script) in finder with iTerm2, this controls whether it opens in a new window or tab.
· Fix bug where toolbelt dividers weren't visible in Lion fullscreen.
· Update tmux protocol to no longer require a forked version of tmux.
· Fix a bug where restoring a left-of-screen window at app startup caused it to have zero width.
· Fix a bug where a terminal got stuck in applicaiton keypad mode.
· Display tmux window name in tab/window title bar.
· Fix bug where utf-8 chars broke tmux integration.
· Fix a bug where cmd-clicking on a filename, when configured to open in Sublime Text 2, would always open a new instance of Sublime Text 2.
· Fix a crash when right-clicking on profiles in the toolbelt.
· Fix a leak in the tmux integration.
· Fix a bug where tmux protocol commands would be written after the last window in a tmux session quits.
· Parse (but do not handle) CSI > m and CSI > n codes.
· Fix a bug where...