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I use two dev boxes - one is MacBookPro where I use iTerm and one is Ubunu where I use the built-in terminal. In iTerm I have the following neat feature. Say you have run some tests, which fail and you get a backtrace in exactly which file, on which line something went wrong. When I hold Command and click on the file path, the file opens automatically in Sublime Text 2 and the cursor is even on the right line. Can I do something similar in the Terminal on Ubuntu?

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This seems to be the functionality of iTerm and it is not available directly on gnome-terminal! Also have a look at this askubuntu.com/questions/118138/iterm-2-equivalent –  Null pointer Feb 12 at 16:47
    
Yes, I know, but I was wondering if there is some Ubuntu alternative. I know there are a terminals like guake, but I need a solution with this specific feature. –  AlexBG Feb 12 at 17:16

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