Registered 2007-02-25 by Terminator

The robot future of terminals

Multiple terminals in one window. The goal of this project is to produce a useful tool for arranging terminals. It is inspired by programs such as gnome-multi-term, quadkonsole, etc. in that the main focus is arranging terminals in grids (tabs is the most common default method, which Terminator also supports).

Previously this was the main home of Terminator.

New maintainers took care of the project in April of 2020 and moved the main development over to GitHub.

GIT Repo: https://github.com/gnome-terminator/terminator

Issues and Feature Requests: https://github.com/gnome-terminator/terminator/issues

The Launchpad project is still here, and will only go read-only for the most parts.

If you are interested in the project and want to contribute, go over to GitHub and check README and issues.

Project information

Maintainer:
Terminator
Driver:
Terminator
Licence:
GNU GPL v2

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  • New home on GitHub on 2020-05-01
    New maintainers took care of the project in April of 2020 and moved the main ...
  • Terminator 1.91 released on 2017-02-26
    Here is a stabilisation and regression fixing release. We still have issues, ...
  • Terminator 1.90 released on 2016-11-23
    OK folks. This is your chance. An honest to goodness (pre-)release of the GTK...
  • Terminator 1.0 released on 2016-11-23
    When is a release not a release? When it is just pushing the old stuff out th...
  • Terminator 0.98 now available on 2015-09-07
    This release brings a slew of enhancements and bug fixes. Much attention is ...