The interface for a terminal manager.
The manager is responsible for maintaining the state of running terminal sessions.
A signal emitted when there is a connection failure.
A signal emitted when the object is disposed.
Test whether the object has been disposed.
This property is always safe to access.
Test whether the manager is ready.
A promise that fulfills when the manager is ready.
A signal emitted when the running terminals change.
The server settings for the manager.
Dispose of the resources held by the object.
If the object's
dispose method is called more than once, all
calls made after the first will be a no-op.
It is undefined behavior to use any functionality of the object after it has been disposed unless otherwise explicitly noted.
Whether the terminal service is available.
Force a refresh of the running terminal sessions.
A promise that with the list of running sessions.
This is not typically meant to be called by the user, since the manager maintains its own internal state.
Create an iterator over the known running terminals.
A new iterator over the running terminals.
Shut down a terminal session by name.
The name of the terminal session.
A promise that resolves when the session is shut down.
Shut down all terminal sessions.
A promise that resolves when all of the sessions are shut down.
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