MacTerm on OS X is now a complete replacement for Terminal, allowing access to both local and remote applications.
Its many features include powerful terminals (with or without tabs), a very flexible preferences system, TEK vector graphics, dynamic search, notifications and keep-alive, macros, a floating command line window, special keypads, a session manager, and even a basic Python scripting interface. It's also free software under the GPL.
- Terminal windows now use significantly less memory while empty. For instance, a new terminal window now requires NO memory for its entire scrollback buffer, even if that buffer is thousands of lines long (the space is requested only as it is required).
- Terminal window search is now MUCH faster by default, as a side effect of aggressively sharing blank space. The more...
- OS X 10.9 or later