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WP-Terminal

Description

WP-Terminal generates a terminal-like box around your terminal commands.

The code is a modification of WP-Syntax, a source code highlighter plugin for WordPress (https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-syntax/screenshots/).

Basic Usage

Wrap terminal blocks with <pre id="terminal" user="username" computer="computername"> and </pre>, being user and computer optional (“user” and “computer” will be shown if you don’t provide them). More usage
examples

Usage

Wrap terminal blocks with <pre id="terminal" user="username" computer="computername"> and </pre>, being user and computer optional (“user” and “computer” will be shown if you don’t provide them).

Example 1: No customized command

<pre id="terminal">
  ls -a
</pre>

Example 2: User and computer customizations

<pre id="terminal" user="mariano" computer="eugene">
  ls -a
</pre>

Example 3: Customizing just the user

<pre id="terminal" user="mariano">
  ls -a
</pre>

Example 4: Customizing just the computer

<pre id="terminal" computer="eugene">
  ls -a
</pre>

Example 5: Multiline commands

<pre id="terminal">
  ls
  . ..
  <br/>
  ls -a
  . .. .hiden_file
</pre><h3>TODO</h3>1. Allow to specify working dir

2. Allow to customize prompt

Screenshots

  • Just a command, without configuration
  • The command, and user configuration
  • The command, user and computer configuration

Installation

  1. Upload wp-temrinal.zip to your WordPress plugins directory, usually wp-content/plugins/ and unzip the file. It will create a wp-content/plugins/wp-terminal/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Create a post/page that contains a code snippet following the proper usage syntax.

FAQ

Q1

Contributors & Developers

“WP-Terminal” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.2.1: Replacing [prompt] keyword by the prompt and highlighting the prompt in bold (thanks to Almir Mendes (m3nd3s@gmail.com) and rudson (rudsonalves@rra.etc.br))

0.2: Added multiline commands

0.1: First release