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Last File Manager

Lfm is a curses-based file manager for the Unix console written in Python.

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  •  21 May 2011 11:05

    Release Notes: Python 2.5 or later is required now. PowerCLI was added, an advanced command line interface with completion, persistent history, variable substitution, and many other useful features. Persistent history in all forms was added. Lots of improvements were made and bugs were fixed.

    •  22 May 2010 10:35

      Release Notes: Two progress bars are used. Recursive versions of chmod, chown, and chgrp were added. Cursor movement was made faster. A backup file was added. Support was added for .xz compressed files. Unicode and encodings enhancements were made. Pyview was completely rewritten. Color entries were added for directories and exe_files. The "~" character is expanded to the user's home. Tree now follows .dotfiles behavior. The code for showing filesystem and file information was rewritten to correctly show information from FUSE-mounted volumes. The "ebook" category was added. Filetypes and formats were changed. Lots of bugs were fixed.

      •  21 Dec 2008 11:52

        Release Notes: Ctrl-H now shows or hides dot files. Ctrl-Y displays directories' history. It's now posible to move the cursor in the non-active pane, and this behavior can be toggled with Ctrl-W. Support was added for .7z compressed files. The F2 and F12 keys were swapped, so now F2 renames files and F12 shows the file menu. New key shortcuts were added in dialogs. Cursor movement was sped up. Lots of code cleaning and refactoring were done and some bugs were fixed.

        •  03 Sep 2007 23:24

          Release Notes: Many new features and improvements. This release implements tabs, coloring files by extension, complete rewriting/refactoring/cleaning of the code, new IPC code and API, a new un/compress VFS API, support for .zip and .rar files, some speed-ups, man pages, and locale support. It has been updated to the GPL v3, and many bugs have been fixed.

          •  01 Jul 2004 03:17

            Release Notes: This version is quite stable and robust. faster. The new show_dotfiles flag and detach_terminal_at_exec flag were added. File associations and applications can be configured in the preferences. Each application now has only one associated program. Users and groups are now sorted alphabetically in the permissions dialog. Resizing the terminal now works in lfm and pyview. The one-panel view was redesigned. Pressing Ctrl-D now selects the bookmark dialog.


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