Terminus : Enhanced terminal integration for Vim
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|Terminus enhances Vim's integration with the terminal in four ways,
particularly when using tmux (https://tmux.github.io/) and iTerm
(https://www.iterm2.com/), closing the gap between terminal and GUI Vim:
1. Cursor shape change in insert mode ~
In insert mode, the cursor shape changes to a thin vertical bar. On leaving
inset mode, it reverts to the standard "block" shape.
2. Improved mouse support ~
Activates 'mouse' support in all modes and additionally tries to activate
|sgr-mouse| support, which allows the mouse to work "even in columns beyond
3. Focus reporting ~
Allows Vim to receive |FocusGained| and |FocusLost| events, even in the
terminal and inside tmux. This is in turn used to fire the |:checktime|
command, which, in conjunction with the 'autoread', allows Vim to
automatically pick up changes made by other processes when switching to and
4. "Bracketed Paste" mode ~
Sets up "Bracketed Paste" mode, which means you can forget about manually
setting the 'paste' option and simply go ahead and paste in any mode.
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||- Use non-deprecated escape sequences when running on sufficiently recent
versions of iTerm.
||- Correctly guard against Terminus being loaded multiple times.
||- Silence unwanted "No matching autocommands" output on gaining/losing focus
in normal mode.
||- Enabled support for KDE Konsole (patch from Jan Christoph Ebersbach).
- Added |g:TerminusReplaceCursorShape| and made cursor shape substition work
with VTE terminals such as gnome-terminal (patch from Jan Christoph
- Fixed bug where file modelines were being inappropriately evaluated when on
|FocusGained| and |FocusLost| events.
- Added guard for "Unknown option: t_SR" for older versions of Vim (patch from
- Added support for "tmux" `TERM` type.
||- Added |g:TerminusInsertCursorShape| and |g:TerminusNormalCursorShape|
settings for selecting among "bar", "block" and "underline" cursor shapes.