I'm writing a file manager in pure BASH

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  • fm

    Discontinued file manager lite [Moved to: https://github.com/wick3dr0se/fml] (by wick3dr0se)

    In the video above, I'm showing the issue I have currently. I have the code posted on GitHub. The alpha branch is the newer version

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  • fff

    Discontinued 📁 A simple file manager written in bash.

    Did you check fff?

  • clifm

    The shell-like, command line terminal file manager: simple, fast, extensible, and lightweight as hell.

    I imagine fff marks many files, handles multi-file creation/deletion, moving, copying, etc. This file manager will only be made to mark a single file which is just the last file/directory you interacted with. If you need a batch file editor or something like that, this definitely will never compete there. I just want it to be super minimal, clean and efficent. I'm kind of a bloat freak; On my system wget isn't even allowed. Btw this is the best CLI/TUI file manager I know of CliFM

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