The v3.3.6 update is CRITICAL due to an ancient security flaw just discovered, CVE-2019-9535. More here:
'7-Year-Old Critical RCE Flaw Found in Popular iTerm2 macOS Terminal App'
The program is free, but the author has a donate button on his website. Just having multiple panes per tab was enough to have me install the app and donate $20 to him for it. The app has many other features as well and is an awesome terminal emulator.
Upgraded to Mojave this morning and then upgraded iTerm2 to 3.2.1. When I launch it, I see a message, "Unable to find any JVMs matching version "(null)".
No Java runtime present, try --request to install." I'm not sure why this is the case, as I don't believe iTerm2 is Java-based. It hasn't affected anything so far, but it's curious....
Very satisfied. A must have with lots of features and frequent updates. Many thanks to the developer. The only thing I'm missing is the drag and drop of text selextions within the terminal windows like in Apple's Terminal.
This is definitely the best terminal app for OS X. Especially for people who have a lot of remote boxes to connect to this terminal is a must have. Also I don't agree on the bad rendering - just use a proper font and everything is clear and readable (iMac retina). I _really_ use this daily. And yes, it's free - but a tool which I use so frequently seemed to be worth a few bucks to me, so I've donated. So I'm serious by saying: Great App.
Very useful tool with no possibility to replace Terminal.app for me.
iTerm rendering fonts so awful so after 10min I always back to the Terminal.app.
In iTerm 3 nothing changed. This same awful fonts rendering.