1. 11 Nov, 2017 1 commit
    • Christian Persch (away until week 30)'s avatar
      client: legacy: Improve --tab behaviour to open a new tab in an existing window · 4f2d2a39
      An often-requested feature has been for "gnome-terminal --tab" to open a
      new tab in an existing window, see the discussion in bug 83203. While
      in general, when called from an external source, it's often unclear
      which window to choose, we can at least provide this when called from
      within gnome-terminal.
      For this, introduce some environment variables GNOME_TERMINAL_SERVICE
      that is the D-Bus unique name of the gnome-terminal-server instance for
      the terminal, and GNOME_TERMINAL_SCREEN that is the D-Bus object path
      for the D-Bus controller for that terminal.
      On the server side, these variables will be set for each terminal
      created in the environment of the child process.
      On the client side, these variables will be used to define which
      window the "--tab" option refers to. Also, optionally, when using
      the new "--print-environment" option, the client will print the
      corresponding variables for the *newly created* terminal.
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