For a long time, I used macOS for software development. I used Iterm2 as my terminal. The most important use case was to split my screen with multiple terminal windows.
But after shifting to windows again, I noticed that, split screen feature isn't available to windows terminal, powershell and git-bash. I started to use git-bash and was looking for other alternatives, which has this split screen feature. After some reseach I found Hyper and Cmder. Among them I liked Hyper more, because of it's interface design and more flexibility.
By default, it will use default termnial, but if you want to use git bash -
- Download, Install and Open Hyper (https://hyper.is/)
Ctrl + ,, a text file will be opened in your default text-editor.
- Update the value of
['--command=usr/bin/bash.exe', '-l', '-i']c After that it will look like:
shell: 'C:\\Program Files\\Git\\git-cmd.exe', // for setting shell arguments (i.e. for using interactive shellArgs: `['-i']`) // by default `['--login']` will be used shellArgs: ['--command=usr/bin/bash.exe', '-l', '-i'],
Now save the configuration and open a new tab(Ctrl+Shift+D). You will see, new tab opened vertically.
Enjoy your terminal!