Now it's still buggy and crashes and seg faults are frequent. If
you're able to find them out, this will greatly speed up the
development. Besides, I marks places with known problems with 'FIXME'
in the source files. Simply running grep 'FIXME' can find them out.
Looking forward to have help from other developers since the file
manager is the last key part of LXDE which doesn't get enough love but
required immediate improvement.
On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 10:32 PM, Jürgen Hötzel<juergen@...> wrote:
> Good work! You rock!
> On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 09:56:43PM +0800, PCMan wrote:
>> Exciting improvements in libfm and PCMan File Manager
>> Recently libfm, the core of next generation file manager, underwent
>> heavy development and rapid changes. Here are some exciting
>> 1. The repository was completely moved from svn to git now.
>> You can grab the latest source code with following command line:
>> git clone git://libfm.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/libfm
>> 2. Drag and drop now works! You can even drag and drop between two
>> different remote filesystems.
>> 3. Clipboard handing is greatly improved. Files cut/copied in
>> GNOME/Nautilus, XFCE/Thunar, and even KDE/Dolphin can now be correctly
>> pasted in libfm.
>> 4. Now libfm correctly mounts remote filesystems on demand.
>> 5. Basic bookmark support was added.
>> 6. File associations (default application for file types) can now
>> be changed in properties dialog.
>> 7. Partial auto-completion for path entry
>> 8. Moving files now works, but error handling is not yet implemented.
>> 9. Now errors are correctly reported when the loading of folders failed.
>> Now we’re more and more closer to our goals, to build a modern, fast,
>> and lightweight file manager supporting gio/gvfs for LXDE. After the
>> core library, libfm, is finished, the development of the next major
>> release of PCManFM will be started. This will fix various old bugs in
>> the original 0.5.x series and provide full access to remote
>> filesystems. So stay tunned and get it well-tested!
>> Last but not the least, developers are wanted! Please join us if you
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