Made me fall in love with Android all over again ... and, I managed to get the Emacs from a different (broken) package running here flawlessly. The only wart is that it uses Dropbear rather than OpenSSH for the ssh client, so shared-key access to remote servers is extremely awkward. I'm thinking of trying to compile OpenSSH inside terminal-ide some day.
Makes the external keyboard work I'm only in it for the ssh client, but this is the first app I have found that actually supports the use of the Ctrl and Esc keys in a remote terminal session over SSH. And I didn't have to do any custom configuration, it just worked as installed. Thanks!
Galaxy Tab 3 Support I'm rating 5 stars for the effort of the developer, althought it's not working properly on a Galaxy Tab 3 – most certainly because the app is targeted at ARM processors while the Tab 3 seems to have an x86.
No lollipop support Used to love this, but it's broken because lollipop requires position independent executables.. which was known for at least two months. No update yet makes me wonder if this is ever going to be fixed.. unusable right now.
Masterpiece no other ide / shell on android is as meticulously crafted as this one, I hope the next edition will have full bash commands support
Too many features! This really is a powerful tool for developers and programmers alike, but 130MB+ total space taken up is a heavy price to pay. The actual app is only 55MB versus the data which is roughly 70MB; it's obvious the app can improve space-wise (compressions and option to move ro SD card). That's all I ask for 5 stars
v2.02 Fixed missing PERMISSIONS..
v2.01 - Fixed first bug wave..
- Fixed crash when accessing telnetd / ssh help.
- spelling mistakes in help..
v2.0 - GCC 4.4.0 :-)
- make, ctags, & taglist vim plugin.
- links 2.7 web browser - DNS works on this.
- Full tutorials explaining how to compile C/CPP apps.
- READ ALL THE HELP / TUTORIALS!