kitty - A terminal emulator
- Uses OpenGL for rendering, offloads rendering to the GPU for lower system load and buttery smooth scrolling. Uses threaded rendering to minimize input latency.
- Supports all modern terminal features: graphics (images), unicode, true-color, OpenType ligatures, mouse protocol, focus tracking, bracketed paste and so on.
- Supports tiling multiple terminal windows side by side in different layouts without needing to use an extra program like tmux
- Can be controlled from scripts or the shell prompt, even over SSH.
- Has a framework for kittens, small terminal programs that can be used to extend kitty’s functionality. For example, they are used for Unicode input and URL hints.
- Supports startup sessions which allow you to specify the window/tab layout, working directories and programs to run on startup.
- Cross-platform support: kitty currently works on Linux and macOS, but because it uses only OpenGL for rendering, it should be trivial to port to other platforms.
- Allows you to open the scrollback buffer in a separate window using arbitrary programs of your choice. This is useful for browsing the history comfortably in a pager or editor.
Standard copr installation should work:
dnf copr enable oleastre/kitty-terminal dnf install kitty
Note that this package will also update you hardbuzz version
Any packaging related issues can be reported to https://github.com/oleastre/kitty/issues
The following unofficial repositories are provided as-is by owner of this project. Contact the owner directly for bugs or issues (IE: not bugzilla).
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