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pfm is a terminal (curses)-based file manager written in Perl, based on PFM.COM for MS-DOS (originally by Paul Culley and Henk de Heer).
pfm is a terminal (curses)-based file manager written in Perl, based on PFM.COM for MS-DOS (originally by Paul Culley and Henk de Heer). Permission to use the original name was kindly granted by the original authors.
Some of its features:
* commands are invoked with only one or two keypresses
* colored filenames according to extension or type
* support for executing user-defined commands (including wildcards) with only two keystrokes
* a single-file and multiple-file mode
* multilevel sorting
* use of oldmarks and newmarks for executing multiple commands on the same group of files
* supports bookmarks for directories
* highly configurable through its config file
* supports commandline history and completion through use of the readline library
* integration with versioning tools like Subversion, CVS, Bazaar, Mercurial and git.
What's New in This Release:В· fixed keys Ctrl-E and Ctrl-Y in bookmark browser
В· fixed bugs in screen resize and refresh in bookmark browser
В· change in More - Go: only valid bookmarkkeys may report 'Bookmark not defined'. Keys that are not valid bookmarkkeys abort the action silently.
В· added Your-command browser
В· added: the bookmark browser and Your-command browser now apply highlighting to the current line
В· added support for numeric bookmarks, e.g. More - Go - 3
В· added support for numeric Your commands, e.g. Your - 1
В· added several MIME types to the config file
В· added icons to distribution
System Requirements:It makes use of the module Term::ScreenColor, which was based on Term::Screen, , in turn derived from Term::Cap. Term::ScreenColor is also available on CPAN.
Furthermore, it uses the Term::ReadLine::Gnu module which adds the readline flexibility to the commmand-line editing
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall