Ingo Weinhold <bonefish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I realized, that in its current state the MiniTerminal is not really > helpful while trying to get attaching gdb to a crashed app working > properly. The main problem is that I have a good deal of debug output > that > goes into the terminal so that earlier output is lost due to missing > scrolling support (or is there a way to scroll and I missed it?). > Also not > so nice, but probably bearable is that the general text output speed > (especially when scrolling) is really slow (I use qemu, so things are > generally a bit slower). > > So, what is the state of the real Terminal? Is it already working? > Who > feels responsible for it? Which is the right one anyway -- there seem > to be > two implementations? What does a broken zip file in repository > (http://svn.berlios.de/viewcvs/haiku/haiku/trunk/src/apps/terminal/muterm-2.3.zip?rev=11769&view=log)? > > > What is the state of app server scrolling support in general? IIRC > the last > time I had a look at Playground, something was still broken. > > Unless there are better options I would add scrolling support to > MiniTerminal, if necessary even hacking a bit to circumvent app > server > scrolling support. > > Any opinions? I would rather see us adopting Terminal now :-) If it doesn't work correctly, it should fixable with not too much effort I hope. The R5 Terminal didn't work correctly last time I tried, though (seems to be a TTY issue). Bye, Axel.