These frame parameters, meaningful on all kinds of terminals, deal with which buffers have been, or should, be displayed in the frame.
Whether this frame has its own minibuffer. The value t means
nil means no,
only means this frame is just a
minibuffer. If the value is a minibuffer window (in some other
frame), the frame uses that minibuffer.
This frame parameter takes effect when the frame is created, and can not be changed afterwards.
The buffer-predicate function for this frame. The function
other-buffer uses this predicate (from the selected frame) to
decide which buffers it should consider, if the predicate is not
nil. It calls the predicate with one argument, a buffer, once for
each buffer; if the predicate returns a non-
nil value, it
considers that buffer.
A list of buffers that have been selected in this frame, ordered most-recently-selected first.
nil, this frame’s window is never split automatically.