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vifm v0.8 beta testing has started New version brings several useful improvements of different kinds. The most substantial addition is custom views that allow one to combine files from several directories in one view, which in turn enables processing of search/grep/etc. results similar to handling contents of a regular directory. That change alone affected internal structure quite seriously which combined with operations on system calls from the previous release distant new version far enough from 0.7 to name it 0.8. Version change also gives one a moral right to introduce incompatible changes. So if anyone remembers me postponing changing defaults or something like that and is still waiting on it, please send a reminder (unfortunately I was careless enough to didn't make detailed list of such things). As of now the following items are under evaluation: - removing "options", "filetypes", "commands" from 'vifminfo' option (not a big deal, but it's not really useful as well, and maybe potentially harmful); - removing 'trash' option as it effectively affects quite a lot things and is better to be enabled; - have 'hlsearch' off by default as normally search doesn't select anything and user can accidentally run some operation on too many files with default setup. Please see the README file in packages for links where feedback can be provided. The beta stage will last about two weeks. In case any serious bugs are found during this period, another beta version might be released. Main changes: - Added filename specific highlight. - Added custom views, which contrary to regular views can contain files that do not belong to the same directory. - Added job bar to display active backgrounded file operations. - Added command-line mode abbreviations. - Added global configuration and color schemes directory. - Added live search match highlighting. - Added optional per-file progress for file operations. - Added full path patterns ({{globs}} and //regexp//). - Added command-line options to control file/directory selection and selection processing to make it easier to use vifm as a file picker. - Color schemes got ".vifm" extension, but the old-style names will still work for now. - XDG specification support. See change log for the full list of changes and by whom they were suggested.
Source: README, updated 2015-06-19