[Window] command 창 프로그램 - ConEmu


http://conemu.github.io/


About ConEmu 

ConEmu-Maximus5 is a Windows console emulator with tabs, which presents multiple consoles and simple GUI applications as one customizable GUI window with various features.

Initially, the program was created as a companion to Far Manager (FAR in Wikipedia), my favorite shell replacement - file and archive management, command history and completion, powerful editor.

Today, ConEmu can be used with any other console application or simple GUI tools (like PuTTY for example). ConEmu is an active project, open to suggestions.

Download ConEmu

Take a look at screencasts about ConEmu.

ConEmu screenshot

Votes and awards (vote for ConEmu, if you please).

Disclaimer 

ConEmu is not a shell, so it does not provide "shell features" like remote access, tab-completion, command history and others. ConEmu is advanced console window where you can run any shell of your choice. However, some of these features placed in RoadMap. Also you may try Clink for bash-style completion in cmd.exe and PSReadLine or PowerTab in powershell.exe.

Or even choose bash or any other unix-like shell from cygwinmsysgitmsys2mingw and others.

History 

This project grew up from ConEmu by Zoin.

Description 

ConEmu starts a console program in a hidden console window, and provides an alternative customizable GUI window with various features:

  • smooth and friendly window resizing;
  • tabs for editors, viewers, panels and consoles;
  • run simple GUI apps like PuTTY in tabs;
  • Windows 7 Jump Lists and Progress on Taskbar buttons;
  • easily run old DOS applications (games) in Windows 7 or 64-bit OS;
  • thumbnails and tiles in Far Manager;
  • normal, maximized and full screen graphical window modes;
  • window font anti-aliasing: standard, ClearType, disabled;
  • window fonts: family, height, width, bold, italic, etc.;
  • Chinese versions of Windows supported;
  • using normal/bold/italic fonts for different parts of the console simultaneously;
  • using 24-bit colors in Far Manager 3.x;
  • ANSI X3.64 and Xterm 256 colors;
  • cursor: standard console (horizontal) or GUI (vertical);
  • optional per-application settings (e.g. palette);
  • vertical console buffer scrolling using the keyboard (BufferHeight mode);
  • show full output (1K+ lines) of last command in Far Manager's editor/viewer;
  • customizable Far Manager right click behaviour (long click opens context menu);
  • drag and drop (explorer style) of files and folders in Far Manager;
  • limited support of BDF fonts;
  • user friendly text and block selection;
  • transparency and desktop mode;
  • customizable starting tabs;
  • configurable and clickable status bar;
  • and more, and more... take a look at DocumentationSettings pages and What's New.

All settings are read from the registry or ConEmu.xml file (multiple named configurations are supported), after which the command line parameters are applied. Parameters /Config and /BufferHeight can only be specified on the command line. Most settings are configured using the Settings dialog, not from the command line.

Requirements 

  • Windows 2000 or later.

Installation 

In general, ConEmu installation is easy. Just unpack or install to any folder and run `ConEmu.exe`.

For more information about installation options refer to Installation page.

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TAG cmd, conemu, window

 

Link : https://code.google.com/p/conemu-maximus5/

 

 

단축키 :

  • Ctrl + Shift + E : 가로 새창 열기 
  • Ctrl + Shift + O : 세로 새창 열기

About ConEmu

ConEmu-Maximus5 is a Windows console emulator with tabs, which presents multiple consoles and simple GUI applications as one customizable GUI window with various features.

Initially, the program was created as a companion to Far Manager(FAR in Wikipedia), my favorite shell replacement - file and archive management, command history and completion, powerful editor.

Today, ConEmu can be used with any other console application or simple GUI tools (like PuTTY for example). ConEmu is an active project, open to suggestions.

 

ConEmu road map

Any help will be very much appreciated!

 

Download
Latest version, Stable version

This project grew up from ConEmu by Zoin.

Please, vote for Far Manager on forum.ru-board.com :)

Disclaimer #1

ConEmu is not a shell, so it does not provide "shell features" like tab-completion, command history and others. ConEmu is advanced console window where you can run any shell of your choice. However, some of these features placed in RoadMap. Also you may try Clink for bash-style completion.

Disclaimer #2

If you notice lags while executing batches or commands (from cmd/git/bash/etc.) just upgrade to latest alpha build or uncheck option "Inject ConEmuHk". Read Issue 526 for details.

Donation

Documentation, What's new, FAQ, Screenshots, Reviews

Description

ConEmu starts a console program in a hidden console window, and provides an alternative customizable GUI window with various features:

  • smooth and friendly window resizing;
  • tabs for editors, viewers, panels and consoles;
  • run simple GUI apps in tabs;
  • Windows 7 Jump Lists and Progress on Taskbar buttons;
  • easily run old DOS applications (games) in Windows 7 or 64-bit OS;
  • thumbnails and tiles in Far Manager;
  • normal, maximized and full screen graphical window modes;
  • window font anti-aliasing: standard, ClearType, disabled;
  • window fonts: family, height, width, bold, italic, etc.;
  • using normal/bold/italic fonts for different parts of the console simultaneously;
  • Chinese verions of Windows supported;
  • using 24-bit colors in Far Manager 3.x;
  • ANSI X3.64 and Xterm 256 colors;
  • cursor: standard console (horizontal) or GUI (vertical);
  • optional per-application settings (e.g. palette);
  • vertical console buffer scrolling using the keyboard (BufferHeight mode);
  • show full output (1K+ lines) of last command in Far Manager's editor/viewer;
  • customizable Far Manager right click behaviour (long click opens context menu);
  • drag and drop (explorer style) of files and folders in Far Manager;
  • limited support of BDF fonts;
  • user friendly text and block selection;
  • transparency and desktop mode;
  • customizable starting tabs;
  • configurable and clickable status bar;
  • and more, and more... take a look at the Settings dialog, What's New page and Settings.reg

All settings are read from the registry or ConEmu.xml file (multiple named configurations are supported), after which the command line parameters are applied. Parameters /Config and /BufferHeight can only be specified on the command line. Most settings are configured using the Settings dialog, not from the command line.

Requirements

  • Windows 2000 or later.

Installation

  1. Unpack all files (from appropriate "ConEmuPack.*.7z" archive) to the folder, containing "far.exe", or install the "ConEmuSetup.*.exe" package.
    • If You are using Far Manager, please ensure that ConEmu plugins ("Plugins\ConEmu\ConEmu.dll" etc.) are installed to Far Manager's Plugins folder.
    • If You are not using Far Manager, You may unpack the files to any folder, and delete the "Plugins" subfolder.
    • Warning: because of frequent non-backwards-compatible API changes in Far 3, it is strongly recommended to use the latest developer build when using ConEmu with Far 3.
  2. Import ConEmu's macros into Far Manager. Macro files are located in the ConEmu.Addons directory. Each macro file has a description in its header.
  3. By default (when started without command-line parameters), ConEmu runs "far.exe" from its home folder, or "cmd.exe"/"tcc.exe" if Far Manager was not found. Alternatively, You may indicate any root command by specifying a "/Cmd <App with params>" argument in ConEmu's shortcut or command line.

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Posted by 홍반장水 홍반장水
jQuery에서 어떤게 먼제 실행되는지에 대해서 궁금한데.

$(document).ready 는 DOM 이 준비가 되면 바로 실행을 한다.

$(window).load 는 페이지 내의 모든 데이터(요소)가 다 준비가 되어야 실행한다.

그 차이를 알아채기는 쉽지 않겠지만. 그렇다고 한다.

그런데, 실제 경험상 그 차이는 크게 느낄수 없었다.

이 둘의 차이를 따지게 되는 상황에서 중요한 점은 페이지가 얼마나 빨리 Load 되느냐지
실행이 어느순간에 되는건 고려되지 않았기 때문이다.
이론에 대한 얘기이며, 실기에선 고려되지 않았었다는 사설.

그래도, $(document).ready를 쓰는 것이 일반적인 상황에서는 맞는거 같다.
이미지로 뭔가를 하려는게 아니라면.
이미지 요소로 뭔가를 하려 한다면, $(window).load 를 써야하지 않을까?
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