|0.1.1||Oct 16, 2019|
|0.0.9||Jul 26, 2019|
|0.0.6||Jun 30, 2019|
#15 in #file-manager
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Simple terminal file manager
WIP, extremely rough. I would not recommend using this until it's 1.0.0.
Almost no features. Think more like
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None of these are planned features:
- Built-in shell execution
- Config files
- Multiple panes (use screen or tmux)
- System information
- Windows support
But these are:
- Handle files in their default apps (xdg-open)
- Make scrolling work (currently doesn't re-draw when you go below or above the current screen)
- Planned keybinds (mostly not implemented yet):
lshould open a file, if not a directory (XDG_OPEN, spawn new terminal?)
dcut a file/directory
yyank (copy) a file/directory
/search (smartcase) (should filter results, not navigate between matches)
.toggle hidden files visibility (true by default)
spaceselect multiple items
sdrop to a shell (on
exit, should return to
ranger(Python) is the gold standard. It's got every feature under the sun, and is not always fast.
rangerclones in Rust.
joshutois pretty good! I haven't tried
hunterbecause it requires more packages than I want to install.
roverare relatively small and written in C. I like them! But I don't like C.
fffis also fun, but it's written in Bash, and I wanted something both fast and maintainable.
lf(Go) is very good. Like
rangerminus a bunch of stuff I never use. I should really get better at Go.
marcos(Rust) is rough, but I'm using some code from it (MIT, Hitesh Paul).