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Mon Jun 21 23:56:36 CDT 2021
On 6/21/21 9:33 PM, Zane Healy via cctalk wrote:
> I have to admit, I’m watching this with interest. Hopefully I can
> see about getting this up and running one of these days.
I too keep an eye out for things XTerm / Sixel (raster?) / ReGIS
(vector) related. I learned about Sixel first, became quite interested,
and then about ReGIS.
I've since learned about GDM (?term?) graphics on 3279 (?model?) on
mainframes. I've not yet managed to reproduce this myself, but I've
I hope this goes without needing to be said, but for people reading this
archive in the future, we're talking about the terminal actually
supporting and displaying graphics, not some pseudo overlay / alpha
background that some more mainstream terminal emulators use.
> I find myself wondering what it would take to build this on a Mac,
> the current Mac xterm *SUCKS*!!! On the Mac, I can’t seem to use
> the custom DEC keybindings.
XTerm on macOS? Please tell me more. I'm currently using iTerm2 as
it's considerably better than Terminal from Apple. Though, it does seem
as if iTerm2 supports Sixel. I think I heard some noise about ReGIS
support in future versions. (I think it was ReGIS. Maybe it was that
Sixel was coming when I last read about it.)
> Actually does DECterm support either Sixel and ReGIS? I’m dead on
> my feet, so won’t power up my VAXstation 4000/90 and look.
I'm not up on DEC software. I think that there is a full DEC terminal
emulator that some versions of may support graphics, though I don't know
what type. I think there was also an XTerm profile / nickname that
included DEC. (Or am conflating AIXterm?)
Grant. . . .
unix || die
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