A terminal emulator widget for Qt 5.
QTermWidget is an open-source project originally based on the KDE4 Konsole application, but it took its own direction later on. The main goal of this project is to provide a unicode-enabled, embeddable Qt widget for using as a built-in console (or terminal emulation widget).
It is compatible with BSD, Linux and OS X.
This project is licensed under the terms of the GPLv2 or any later version. See the LICENSE file for the full text of the license. Some files are published under compatible licenses:
Files: example/main.cpp lib/TerminalCharacterDecoder.cpp lib/TerminalCharacterDecoder.h lib/kprocess.cpp lib/kprocess.h lib/kpty.cpp lib/kpty.h lib/kpty_p.h lib/kptydevice.cpp lib/kptydevice.h lib/kptyprocess.cpp lib/kptyprocess.h lib/qtermwidget.cpp lib/qtermwidget.h Copyright: Author Adriaan de Groot <email@example.com> 2010, KDE e.V <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2002-2007, Oswald Buddenhagen <email@example.com> 2006-2008, Robert Knight <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2002, Waldo Bastian <email@example.com> 2008, e_k <firstname.lastname@example.org> License: LGPL-2+ Files: pyqt/cmake/* Copyright: 2012, Luca Beltrame <email@example.com> 2012, Rolf Eike Beer <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2007-2014, Simon Edwards <email@example.com> License: BSD-3-clause Files: cmake/FindUtf8Proc.cmake Copyright: 2009-2011, Kitware, Inc 2009-2011, Philip Lowman <firstname.lastname@example.org> License: BSD-3-clause Files: pyqt/cmake/PythonCompile.py License: public-domain
The only runtime dependency is qtbase ≥ 5.6. In order to build CMake ≥ 3.0.2 and lxqt-build-tools >= 0.4.0 are needed as well as Git to pull translations and optionally latest VCS checkouts.
Code configuration is handled by CMake. CMake variable
CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX will normally have to be set to
/usr, depending on the way library paths are dealt with on 64bit systems variables like
CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR may have to be set as well.
To build run
make, to install
make install which accepts variable
DESTDIR as usual.
The library is provided by all major Linux distributions like Arch Linux, Debian, Fedora and openSUSE.
Just use the distributions' package managers to search for string