I am not sure if anyone is already doing this, but it is easy to add CommandBox to the new Windows Terminal so that it launches in its own tab. Just thought I would share this.
If you edit the ‘settings’ for Windows Terminal you can add an item to the profiles.list array like this:
Obviously replace the path to box.exe to suit your setup. I downloaded the icon from somewhere on the Ortus Solutions site or GitHub. This will then give you CommandBox as an option:
And you can launch CommandBox in its own tab:
If you want this to be the default tab that opens when you start Windows Terminal, edit the defaultProfile setting to use the guid for CommandBox.
h thanks, Martin!
it was just what I looking for!
I’ve also fallen in love with many ortus stuff recently. Even if you don’t need to launch any servers with commandbox, it has really great tools like cfconfig to backup/export/import server/web-settings, or installing a simple coldbox page. I’m still in the process of modernizing my coding and setup and Ortus has been a great help, such as lots of valuable default configuration files for editor extensions, cflint and many more to look into. It has been fun lately.
I agree. CommandBox (along with Lucee of course) is the best thing to happen to CF for as long as I can remember.
I noticed that you used the Ortus logo instead of the CommandBox logo as the app icon. (It’s hard to find an existing logo without the text.)
Here’s the source that I cropped and used:
(without tagline… too small on icon)
Thank you @martin!
I suggest add this line to support bullet Train module
“fontFace” : “DejaVu Sans Mono for Powerline”