The option generated file causes lot of issues when it's
included in source files via private.h. Linux needs these
but FreeBSD breaks. Other option is to change header
inclusion ordering but that is messy.
well it's not a brilliant check... user beware. tysend will only work
if there is no screen/tmux in the way and your end point terminal is
terminology (end point being the GUI terminal emulator you are using).
yes. it's still inefficient because we transfer in ascii-ized nibbles
(4 bits) within a utf8 stream that becoems a 32bit per char unicode
buffer then back to utf8 before being "parsed" as a command etc. etc.
... it's not brilliant for transferring binary data. it's horrible
actually. but at least i've dropped overhead for some of the large
escape handling code.
this increases buffer size to 32k per block sent, and have the
terminal escape/buffer handling track if a zero byte exists in the
buffer at all to avoid hunting for one if none is there, making
terminology escape handling much more efficient for large escapes and
this allows you to send a file via escapes to terminology which will
pop up a file save dialog and ask what to save it as and where (based
on the original name). terminology will show a progress bar too. this
is not useful locally but remotely (e.g. you ssh'd into another
machine) it's a VERY handy way of fetching a file from the remote
machine to the local machine with a display just with tysend FILE. you
can send multiple in a sequence with tysend FILE1 FILE2 FILE3 ... ...
and terminology will ask for a location and filename per file you send
(just hit cancel if you don't want to do it).
note - it needs new theme features to work. it'll fail without them.
I'm using my maintainer's privileges to add a new colorscheme.
I should really work on having something easier to use different
I relied on https://github.com/sylveon/terminology-themes to figure out
how to map the colors in that file…