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findwild is a utility program to search for files. It works quite differently from other file search programs you have seen. It has a GUI interface and can recall past searches. The following search criteria are available:
- directory path to search, with multiple wildcards ( * ? ) placed anywhere
- file name(s) to search for, with multiple wildcards anywhere
- file name(s) to exclude, with multiple wildcards anywhere
- file content string(s) to search for, with multiple wildcards anywhere
- file content string(s) to exclude, with multiple wildcards anywhere
- file creation/modification date within a desired range
- your choice of delimiters for search strings (defaults provided)
- search the list of files produced by the previous search
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Two-panel fully professional file manager supporting tab based console and gnome-vfs (that allows you to use http, ftp, samba and other commonly used protocols).
- tab based console
- gnome-vfs support (network support under development)
- file change monitoring
- threads for directory loading
- some Nautilus plugins support.
- GFast File
- gFast File is a fast and useful file manager. It includes some nice features like a work queue, intuitive work, personalized tools, support for drag and drop, and much more.
- GNOME Commander is a "two-pane" graphical file manager for the Gnome desktop environment. GCMD is similar to Midnight Commander in text mode, where you work with two directories at the same time and switch between them with the TAB-key. The program can currently perform most common file operations such as copy, move, delete, chown and chmod and so on. It can also detect changes to files caused by other programs and update the views without the need for the user to manually reload. The program also supports Copy & Paste as well as Drag & Drop.
- GnuDOS is a set of programs designed to help new users of the GNU system in growing accustomed to the system, particularly users who might be coming from a DOS background. It consists of a file manager, a text editor and a form designer for the console as well as a core library for building similar utilities:
- The core library (corelib) contains four utilities: Kbd (for keyboard handling), Screen (for screen drawing), Dialogs (for dialog boxes/window drawing), and Strings (for strings functions).
- The software applications are three: Prime (console file manager), Mino (console text editor), and Fog (console form designer).
- A set of interactive tools that includes an extensible file system browser, an ASCII/hex file viewer, a process viewer/killer, and other related utilities and shell scripts. It increases the speed and ease of daily tasks like moving files and directories, invoking editors, compressing and uncompressing files, creating and expanding archives, compiling programs, sending mail, etc. It has colors if the standard ANSI color sequences are supported, and is user-friendly.
- Haskell filestore
- The filestore library provides an abstract interface for a versioning file store, and modules that instantiate this interface. Currently Git, Darcs, and Mercurial modules are provided. This package contains the libraries compiled for GHC.
- Jaffm is a lightweight wxWindows (GTK+ interface) file manager for Unix, written in C++. It is aimed at nonsense-free file management. It does and will have Unix-handy features such as an interactive location bar, and a simple but elegant user interface.
- Krusader is an advanced twin panel (commander style) file manager for KDE and other desktops in the *nix world, similar to Midnight or Total Commander. It provides all the file management features you could possibly want. Plus: extensive archive handling, mounted filesystem support, FTP, advanced search module, viewer/editor, directory synchronisation, file content comparisons, powerful batch renaming and much much more. It supports the following archive formats: tar, zip, bzip2, gzip, rar, ace, arj, lha and rpm and can handle other KIOSlaves such as smb:// or fish:// It is (almost) completely customizable, very user friendly, fast and looks great on your desktop. 'krusader' is even GNOME aware: if the KDE libraries are installed on a Gnome-running system, Krusader will work and integrate with the Gnome drag n' drop system.
- Lfm - Last File Manager
- 'Lfm' is a curses-based file manager written in Python. It's very similar to mc. The package also contains pyview, a text/hex file viewer that can be used with or without 'lfm'.
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