1 GraphTerm Screenshots
- 1.1 ls vs. gls
- 1.2 stars3d theme, with icons enabled
- 1.3 Graphical weather forecast (using Yahoo Weather API)
- 1.4 Inline HTML document display
- 1.5 Inline data visualization (plotting using matplotlib)
- 1.6 Text editing (emacs)
- 1.7 Graphical code editing using a "cloud" editor
- 1.8 Collapsed mode
- 1.9 Split scrolling
- 1.10 On the Raspberry Pi
- 1.11 Web slideshows using Landslide
- 1.12 Miscellaneous screenshots
Comparing plain vanilla ls command and the graphterm-aware gls. The icons and the blue filenames are clickable. (The icon display is optional, and may be disabled.)
Showing output of the cat episode4.txt command below the output of the gls command, using the 3D perspective theme. This is actually a working theme, although it is meant for primarily for "show". Scrolling through a large text file using the vi editor in this theme gives a nice roller coaster effect! (This screenshot was captured with Google Chrome running on Mac OS X Lion, which supports hidden scrollbars. On other software platforms, the scrollbar will be visible.)
Showing the screen for the command yweather to illustrate inline HTML form display. Since the location argument is omitted, the form is displayed to enter the location name.
The submitted location information is used to generate a new command, yweather -f "new york", and execute it for inline weather display.
Showing the screen for the command rs2html README.rst | giframe to illustrate inline HTML document display. The rs2html README.rst command converts a ReStructured Text doument to HTML, writing the output to stdout. The giframe command wraps the HTML in an iframe and displays it inline.
Showing the screen for the demo program gmatplot.py which generates matplotlib plots as PNG files and displays them inline.
Showing the screen for the command emacs gtermserver.py to illustrate backwards compatibility with the traditional terminal interface.
Showing the screen for the command gvi gtermserver.py to illustrate graphical editing using the Ajax.org Cloud9 editor (ACE).
Showing the screen when all command output is collapsed. Clicking on any of the underlined prompts will display the command output. Also note the Bottom menubar, which is enabled by clicking on the last prompt. Clicking on Control and then any of the prompts will cause the corresponding command to be pasted.
Showing the split-screen scrolling mode, where the command line is anchored at the bottom of the screen. Clicking on gls output will paste filenames into the command line.
Showing GraphTerm running on a credit-card sized computer, Raspberry Pi, remotely accessed using a laptop. It runs rather slowly, but is usable.
1.11 Web slideshows using Landslide
Showing the output of glandslide -o graphterm-talk1.md | giframe command, which displays a HTML5-based slideshow using Markdown. The displayed slide has an iframe with another GraphTerm session which is also displaying a slideshow...