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Opening up iTerm / Terminal with commands by default.


Opening up iTerm / Terminal with commands by default.

By : Phyo Thant
Date : November 14 2020, 04:48 PM
this will help If you're using iTerm2, there is a feature called Arrangements (see the last entry on the page). With this, you can set iTerm to open a series of profiles (which can be set to run a command at startup, start in a specific directory, run a certain shell, etc.).
It seems that creating one profile for working in a directory, a second for the Grunt Watch, and a third to SSH should be trivial, and once the arrangement is saved, it can be recalled with the press of a hotkey (Cmd⇧R on my install). You can also set this to save split-pane windows if you don't want a separate window for each of these tasks.
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Opening New Programs using Commands in Mac OS X Terminal

Opening New Programs using Commands in Mac OS X Terminal


By : umang
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Adjust the BASH PATH environment variable. Edit your .bash_login or .bash_profile in your home directory, add at the end of the file the follwing lines:
code :
 PATH=$PATH:/opt/local/bin
 export PATH
Applescript (osascript): opening split panes in iTerm 2 and performing commands

Applescript (osascript): opening split panes in iTerm 2 and performing commands


By : Vinícius Leonel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Okay, so I finally figured this out.
By sending keystrokes to the application, you can open and navigate split-pane.
code :
tell i term application "System Events" to keystroke "D" using command down

tell i term application "System Events" to keystroke "]" using command down
write text "cd $projectsFolder/$2.m"

write text "/usr/local/bin/frontend.sh $1 $2"

tell i term application "System Events" to keystroke "D" using command down

tell i term application "System Events" to keystroke "]" using command down

set name to "$2.api"

write text "cd $projectsFolder/$2.api"

write text "/usr/local/bin/backend.sh $1 $2"
How to execute multiple commands after opening a new terminal tab

How to execute multiple commands after opening a new terminal tab


By : user3233856
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I need to open a new terminal tab and execute multiple commands on it, how can I do it. I have already tried the following, , Try this:
code :
gnome-terminal -x bash -c "cmd1; cmd2; …cmdN; exec bash"
In VSCode, how to change my default terminal into iterm?

In VSCode, how to change my default terminal into iterm?


By : funnymath
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps You can set the external terminal to iTerm in VS Code adding the following configuration to you user settings:
code :
"terminal.external.osxExec": "iTerm.app",
How can I use iterm as default terminal on macOS?

How can I use iterm as default terminal on macOS?


By : user3684162
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps It sounds like you need to rebuild your macOS' LaunchServices.
To do this, download OnyX and choose the version based on your current macOS version.
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