I’ve been using
shell-mode regularly for almost two years now. It has helped me
a lot in staying focused on what I’ve been doing in Emacs instead of switching
back and forth between the buffer and GNOME Terminal.
A recent discovery made
shell-mode even snappier and more pleasant to use:
By simply following the guidelines in the README you get a working setup for
shell-mode. Note that there are also examples for EShell and compilation
buffers, so it’s up to you to decide where you want to use
Honestly I complied. I only changed the default colours to match those of my favourite theme:
(defvar mu--tomorrow-night-colours ["#1d1f21" "#cc6666" "#b5bd68" "#f0c674" "#81a2be" "#b294bb" "#8abeb7" "#c5c8c6"]) (setq xterm-color-names mu--tomorrow-night-colours xterm-color-names-bright mu--tomorrow-night-colours)
By the way, the
ls alias mentioned here is not needed any more.