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<code>ansi-term</code> is a terminal-emulator builtin in Emacs. It has a very good emulation support and can even run and display Emacs correctly.
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{{Package
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|name=ansi-term
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|description=Terminal emulator with in Emacs
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|maintainer=[[FSF]]
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|source=http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/lisp/term.el
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|in_emacs=yes
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|Development status=active
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}}
  
To try it out, run <code>ansi-term</code> (<code>M-x ansi-term RET</code>).<br/>
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'''ansi-term''' is a terminal-emulator builtin in Emacs. ansi-term is
The content of the current window will be replaced by a new buffer named <code>*ansi-term*</code>.
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enhancement of [[term]]. It has a very good emulation support and can
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even run and display Emacs correctly, i.e., Emacs session within another Emacs session .
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==Usage==
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Just do {{Command|ansi-term}}. A shell be opened in the current window
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with a [[buffer]] named <code>*ansi-term*</code>.
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==See Also ==
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[[term]]
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[[eshell]]
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[[shell]]
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[[Category:Terminal Emulator]]

Revision as of 07:59, 31 March 2012

ansi-term
Description Terminal emulator with in Emacs
Author name of author
Maintainer FSF
Source http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/lisp/term.el
Part of Emacs yes

ansi-term is a terminal-emulator builtin in Emacs. ansi-term is enhancement of term. It has a very good emulation support and can even run and display Emacs correctly, i.e., Emacs session within another Emacs session .

Usage

Just do M-x ansi-term. A shell be opened in the current window with a buffer named *ansi-term*.

See Also

term eshell shell