The new Windows Terminal

Lotus

Legacy, it's all anyone leaves behind.
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It's about time, I bet you this will come with Windows 12 this year though.
 

Ethereal

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Surprised they open-sourced it, would be tempted to ditch my linux machines if was actually viable for full dev work.
 
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Used it when it came out, and it sucked!
How did it suck?
I mean if you use GUI based tools such as Electron and Cypress I'd understand, because that's a hassle to setup.
Both VSCode and IntelliJ IDEA have WSL integration.
Docker and Kubernetes ain't a problem either.
 
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Dumbest thing I've read in awhile
People keep saying it's dumb, but doesn't elaborate on why.
Using the current Windows terminal is even more stupid.
Either people are retarded and doesn't know how to use WSL, or they'd just rather fuck around with CLI tools in a Windows terminal that barely works, lmfao.
Good luck with your frozen and stuck terminals 🤣👌
 

Ecko

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People keep saying it's dumb, but doesn't elaborate on why.
Using the current Windows terminal is even more stupid.
Either people are retarded and doesn't know how to use WSL, or they'd just rather fuck around with CLI tools in a Windows terminal that barely works, lmfao.
Good luck with your frozen and stuck terminals 🤣👌
Or use the real thing and not a bad "subsystem" that takes 30+ minutes to compile gcc.
 

Adil

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I like the look of this, Windows is finally moving into the 21st century

People keep saying it's dumb, but doesn't elaborate on why.
Using the current Windows terminal is even more stupid.
Either people are retarded and doesn't know how to use WSL, or they'd just rather fuck around with CLI tools in a Windows terminal that barely works, lmfao.
Good luck with your frozen and stuck terminals 🤣👌
Isn't WSL an emulation layer? It doesn't match up to proper Linux imo (it's good... but not that good).. Also, have you tried Powershell? Much better than cmd and even matches up to bash in some aspects
 

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