GNOME Commander 1.2.4 released
Posted on: 06/11/2007 05:28 AM
The GNOME Commander team is proud to announce the next stable release of GNOME Commander: 1.2.4.
What's new since 1.2.3:
* Fixed problem with opening dirs by intviewer
* Fixed problem with editing dirs by gcmd
* Fixed problem #351952 (crash while doing a content search)
* Fixed problem #352253 (scrolling behaviour of the viewer)
* Fixed problem #360175 (crash while entering a dir with %)
* Fixed problem #371948 and #388970 (file path not escaped)
* Fixed problem #412162 (build with --enable-python=no)
* Build fixes
* Support for python plugins
* New python plugins:
md5sum Create MD5 (128-bit) checksum
sha1sum Create SHA-1 (160-bit) checksum
* Support for OLE and ODF metags in advanced file rename templates
* User defined shortcuts (via configuration file)
* SMB authentication
* Displaying total size of files in selected subirs
* 'cd -' for changing to the previous working directory
* More intuitive usage of diff tool
* Directory synchronizing
* Creating directories 'mkdir -p' like
* Updated help docs
* New or updated translations: ar, bg, cs, dz, en_GB, fr, it, oc, pl,
* New key bindings:
CTRL+\\ Go to the root directory
CTRL+` Go to the home directory
CTRL+5 Create MD5 (128-bit) checksum
CTRL+SHIFT+C Copy selected file names to clipboard
What is it?
GNOME Commander is a fast and powerful graphical file manager, it has a "two-pane" interface in the tradition of Norton and Midnight Commander.
* FTP support.
* SAMBA access.
* Right click mouse menu.
* User defined context menu.
* User defined keyboard shortcuts.
* Quick device access buttons with automatic mounting and
* Latest accessed folder history.
* Folder bookmarks.
* Python scripting.
* Plugin support.
* Meta data support for Exif, IPTC, ID3, OLE2 and ODF tags.
* Fast file viewer for text, images and
* Tools for advanced renaming of files, searching, quick file name
search in current dir, symlinking, comparing directories.
* Integrated command line.
Where can I get it ?
Project site http://www.nongnu.org/gcmd/