[OT] tabbed command line window? WAS Re: Ranting about the state of Python IDEs for Windows

Aquila Deus aquila_deus at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Sep 18 10:51:31 CEST 2004


jkn_gg at nicorp.f9.co.uk (Jon Nicoll) wrote in message news:<e4eaecf8.0409170833.44be4a71 at posting.google.com>...
> Hi all
>    some comments in the earlier thread about tabbed windows with VIM
> reminded me of a scratch I'd like to itch: does anyone know of a
> tabbed command line utility for Win32? I'd like something like
> KDEterm, where you can have multiple tabbed command line 'sessions' in
> a single window, just switching between the tabs as desired.
> 
> I sometimes need to use several command line prompt windows at once
> (different directories, environment variables etc.) and it would be
> great to collect these all together into one window. I've looked a few
> times but never found anything that comes close...

XEmacs, there is tabbed-interface, and you can open several shells and
code sesssions by yourself :-)



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