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README.md

bterm

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Overview

Fully customisable cross-platform terminal that works and feels the same way everywhere: MacOS, Linux and Windows.

Download

To download visit http://bterm.bleenco.io and hit the right button to get your favourite OS installer.

On the first run ~/.bterm2.json (on Linux and MacOS) or C:\Users\user\.bterm.json (on Windows) configuration file is created. It contains the attributes in json format that define the layout of the terminal, i.e. changing the attribute settings > fonts will immediately update the type of fonts.

Settings and customization

The default theme is a combination of black and white visuals. Settings are stored in .bterm2.json configuration file where you can hack your terminals' visual settings.

Hacking on bterm

In order to run bterm locally in a development mode please use the following commands:

git clone https://github.com/bleenco/bterm.git
npm install
npm start

Production build

To generate bterm production build and installation package, run the following commands:

npm run electron:[mac | linux | windows]

The executable installation package can be found in app-builds folder.

LICENCE

MIT

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