Alacritty

Is the fastest terminal emulator in existence. Using the GPU for rendering enables optimizations that simply aren’t possible without it.

Installation

sudo apt install alacritty

Usage

alacrity

Flags

alacritty 0.4.1
Joe Wilm <[email protected]>
GPU-accelerated terminal emulator

USAGE:
    alacritty [FLAGS] [OPTIONS]

FLAGS:
    -h, --help                     Prints help information
        --hold                     Remain open after child process exits
        --live-config-reload       Enable automatic config reloading
        --no-live-config-reload    Disable automatic config reloading
        --persistent-logging       Keep the log file after quitting Alacritty
        --print-events             Print all events to stdout
    -q                             Reduces the level of verbosity (the min level is -qq)
        --ref-test                 Generates ref test
    -v                             Increases the level of verbosity (the max level is -vvv)
    -V, --version                  Prints version information

OPTIONS:
        --class <class>                            Defines window class on Linux [default: Alacritty]
    -e, --command <command>...                     Command and args to execute (must be last argument)
        --config-file <config-file>
            Specify alternative configuration file [default: $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/alacritty/alacritty.yml]

    -d, --dimensions <columns> <lines>
            Defines the window dimensions. Falls back to size specified by window manager if set to 0x0 [default: 0x0]

        --embed <embed>
            Defines the X11 window ID (as a decimal integer) to embed Alacritty within

        --position <x-pos> <y-pos>
            Defines the window position. Falls back to position specified by window manager if unset [default: unset]

    -t, --title <title>                            Defines the window title [default: Alacritty]
        --working-directory <working-directory>    Start the shell in the specified working directory

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