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#26 2012-07-26 22:09:54

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

marxav wrote:

New PKGBUILD uploaded.
File compression finally working, at least from my end.  libtar and gzip required as dependencies.

May i suggest to use libarchive to support a wide range of compressed formats w/o having to write lot of code smile

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#27 2012-07-27 00:31:24

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

@TheLemonMan.
Seem interesting.  I will look into this.  Thanks smile

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#28 2012-07-28 14:37:05

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

I've got 3 issues, one of which might be a request.
1. I'm not able to follow symbolic dir-links, it segfaults.
2. After nffm crashes or I shut it down, the colors in that terminal are changed (1;32 , 1;33 , 1;34 , 1;35 , 1;36 , 1;37)
3. When I try to use the 'z'-command on a file and enter the archive name I get "Nothing to do, Sorry". (It would also be nice to be able to archive directories)

I hope those are fixable, I'm monitoring this project smile

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#29 2012-07-29 17:02:13

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

Doomcide wrote:

I've got 3 issues, one of which might be a request.
1. I'm not able to follow symbolic dir-links, it segfaults.

Thanks for notify.  I will check this out.

Doomcide wrote:

I've got 3 issues, one of which might be a request.
2. After nffm crashes or I shut it down, the colors in that terminal are changed (1;32 , 1;33 , 1;34 , 1;35 , 1;36 , 1;37)

I am aware of the problem as posted in message #20.  There seem to be issues between initscreen() and endwin().  I read on internet that there seem to be no direct mechanism to restore the colors as ncurses does not remember the initial colors.  I find that weird.  I am looking for work arounds...

Doomcide wrote:

I've got 3 issues, one of which might be a request.
3. When I try to use the 'z'-command on a file and enter the archive name I get "Nothing to do, Sorry". (It would also be nice to be able to archive directories)

That is normal behavior.  nffm expects you to have marked a file or more with 'm'.  My rationale is that normally one would want to zip more than one file.  I guess I could implement a zip one file.  Yes directories will be implemented eventually.

So I guess it is all fixable. smile

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#30 2012-07-29 21:06:34

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

Doomcide wrote:

2. After nffm crashes or I shut it down, the colors in that terminal are changed (1;32 , 1;33 , 1;34 , 1;35 , 1;36 , 1;37)

Ok found solution.  I commited the changes in Git.  Problem fixed.

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#31 2012-07-31 22:22:33

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

First of all, thanks for the quick answer. The way files are zipped in nffm definately makes sense, I was a little dumb there wink. But I can't confirm the fix for the color issue, it still behaves the same for me.

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#32 2012-08-01 21:06:10

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

@ doomcide, your welcome.
Not so dumb, it is not that obvious at first I guess.  smile
About the colors,  well that sucks then.  It is "almost" working from my side.  Actually only one color is troublesome.   I have no idea why.  Although it won't help, pls check the color.conf file.  There are typos in the original file.  2 colons must be replaced by semi-colons.  Fixed in git, but that does not solve the color reset problem.

On the plus side, moving files is now possible.  Check the README.  Files must be marked... tongue.  And of course a destination folder must be chosen.

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#33 2012-08-01 21:25:45

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

Just want to let you know I'm still following this project smile Got too much other things going on atm to test, but I will once!


If you can't sit by a cozy fire with your code in hand enjoying its simplicity and clarity, it needs more work. --Carlos Torres

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#34 2012-08-03 22:18:48

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

Anyone curious, I asked a question here http://cboard.cprogramming.com/linux-pr … ndwin.html about issues when restoring terminal colors on endwin().  If anyone can figure this out, feel free to let me know.

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#35 2012-08-09 20:22:01

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

I managed to implement color listing as per $LS_COLORS.
And there shall be no more messing up of terminal colors on exit.

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#36 2012-08-09 20:22:14

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

The color-problem is fixed with the newest git commit.

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#37 2012-08-09 20:25:30

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

Doomcide wrote:

The color-problem is fixed with the newest git commit.

It is almost as if you were watching me commit tongue

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#38 2012-08-10 09:48:39

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

^ big_smile I'm just running a script that updates all my git/svn/hg clones, several times a day.

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#39 2012-08-10 17:51:22

Unia
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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

Doomcide wrote:

^ big_smile I'm just running a script that updates all my git/svn/hg clones, several times a day.

Paranoid much? big_smile

OT: Nice! When I get home sunday I will have a play with it!


If you can't sit by a cozy fire with your code in hand enjoying its simplicity and clarity, it needs more work. --Carlos Torres

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#40 2012-08-11 17:41:07

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

Here is a more recent screenshot
http://mariostg.github.com/nffm/

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#41 2012-08-14 08:05:42

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

Unia wrote:
Doomcide wrote:

^ big_smile I'm just running a script that updates all my git/svn/hg clones, several times a day.

Paranoid much? big_smile

Nah, I just really like seeing a project advance and playing around with the changes made; also: I had a lot of free time (holidays) wink

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#42 2012-09-05 21:56:54

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Re: Introducing NFFM - Nothing Fancy File Manager

I feel rusty and needed some ways to remember WTH the keys are.  So there is now some help with the ? key available.

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