Beesoft Commander is a file manager (like Norton Commander) for Linux. It is based on Qt-GUI.
Release Notes: This release has a dialog to select any directory from a tree of directories. The contents of this directory are displayed in the current panel. Users can create and check the MD5 control sum for a selected file. It is possible to compare the contents of two selected directories. A special dialog has been implemented where a user can synchronize two directories. Users can change the date/time stamp of last modification for selected file(s). There are other changes.
Release Notes: Small bugs in the file diff process were corrected. A new file joining feature was implemented.
Release Notes: This release has a configuration dialog where users can define all colors and backgrounds for file views. The ability to compare two files has been implemented. When they are not the same, the program starts a graphical comparator. By default it starts beediff, but the user can define their own comparator program.
Release Notes: A dialog called Finder has been implemented that allows users to search for files in the filesystem. Filenames can be selected as wildcards or regular expressions. Users can select the start point of the process and type a phrase for searching inside the files (as text or as regular expressions). A few corrections have been made.
Release Notes: This release implements a filter for displayed files (Menu|System|File filter (Ctrl+F) or toolbar). A filter determines whether hidden files should be displayed or not. The ability to define which application should be started for a file with a given extension has been added. Users can define their own sets of extensions and corresponding applications (System|Configure|Extensions).