A Python library to provide a divided GUI layout in terminal as an easy way to build any command-output separated application.
- Hook up to the stdout and stderr
- Popup Support
- Simple interface for easily integrating with any script
- Customizable theme, overwritable palette
- [v0.0.6] Move cursor fast using Ctrl+[Left/Right]; backspace the whole word by holding Ctrl
Install from pip:
$ sudo pip install PyTerminalCommander
Usage & Configuration
Please refer to the example.py
Original code is from: http://zderadicka.eu/terminal-interfaces-in-python/
Great thanks to Ivan Zderadicka
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