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Framing or not depending on the command output size #194

Mekk opened this issue May 10, 2019 · 1 comment


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@Mekk Mekk commented May 10, 2019

Minor extraterm annoyance: while I like those frames and enjoy them (especially that they make command status so visible), I feel my terminal is sometimes a little filled when I issue a few commands with short output, like pwd or date. I blacklist them in Settings, but this is somewhat cumbersome, and it turns out there are more of them than I expected.

What about an option like

[x] Don't frame commands with single-line output

or maybe a bit more fine-tuning of this kind (set minimal number of lines to get the frame, treat this option differently depending whether command succeeded or failed…).

In general this is about possibility to have some wider rules when to use frames, and when not instead of limiting to simple names.

PS This can also help in case of multicommands like git or hg. I want frame for hg status. I don't want it for hg id

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@sedwards2009 sedwards2009 commented Oct 11, 2019

Added in v0.46.0.

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