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Like Any cross-platform email client?, I want a terminal which I can use on AOSP 14, Windows 11, and standard Linux-based OSes (like Fedora 40/Rawhide, openSUSE Tumbleweed, and postmarketOS Edge). That is my sole requirement.


If I learn of any, I'll use https://softwarerecs.meta.stackexchange.com/a/388/73901 as my guidelines for how to submit answers.

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For Warp:

Supported
  1. macOS

    As demonstrated by https://github.com/warpdotdev/Warp/blob/e37f458cf274e8452bbf7eee61fe805db610d23e/README.md?plain=1#L31

  2. Linux

    As demonstrated by https://github.com/warpdotdev/Warp/issues/120#event-12221569061

Unsupported
  1. Windows

    Although it doesn't support Windows yet, the developers intend to, as https://github.com/warpdotdev/Warp/issues/204#issuecomment-2043469323 demonstrates.

  2. AOSP

    Although https://github.com/warpdotdev/Warp/issues/3328#issue-1794527007 has gained significant support, there is no response from the maintainers.

  3. WASM

    As https://github.com/warpdotdev/Warp/blob/e37f458cf274e8452bbf7eee61fe805db610d23e/README.md?plain=1#L35 states, support is planned. However, it doesn't appear to be tracked anywhere.

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For WindTerm:

Supported
  1. Windows

    As demonstrated by https://github.com/kingToolbox/WindTerm/releases/download/2.6.0/WindTerm_2.6.1_Windows_Portable_x86_64.zip

  2. macOS

    As demonstrated by https://github.com/kingToolbox/WindTerm/releases/download/2.6.0/WindTerm_2.6.1_Mac_Portable_x86_64.dmg

  3. Linux

    As demonstrated by https://github.com/kingToolbox/WindTerm/releases/download/2.6.0/WindTerm_2.6.1_Linux_Portable_x86_64.tar.gz

Unsupported
  1. AOSP

    AOSP isn't yet compiled for, but the lead developer intends to support it soon, as https://github.com/kingToolbox/WindTerm/issues/849#issuecomment-1169578952 explains.

  2. WASM

    There is no indication that support is desired or expected.

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Contour works on Linux (except for Android), Mac, FreeBSD, and Windows.

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