The shell-like, command line terminal file manager: simple, fast, extensible, and lightweight as hell
Have some of you tried CliFM, the command line file manager? If so, what's good about it? Where it fails? What could be added or improved? I'm the author, btw, and I'm looking for feedback to make this project better. Any suggestion, idea or comment will be really appreciated.
n³ The unorthodox terminal file manager
I don't actually have much loyalty towards any one file manager, but have you taken a look at nnn? You seem to both have similar goals, I wonder if there's things you could learn from each other.
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various scripts and tools (by xkcd386at)
probably quite opposite in philosophy, and written as a joke: https://github.com/xkcd386at/scripts/blob/master/fzfm
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