flexible vi-like file manager using ncurses
DescriptionVifm is a file manager providing a vi-like usage experience. It has similar keybindings and modes (e.g. normal, command line, visual). The interface uses ncurses, thus vifm can be used in text-only environments. It supports a wide range of features, some of which are known from the vi-editor:
- utf8 support
- user mappings (almost like in vi)
- ranges in command-line commands
- user defined commands (with support for ranges)
- operation undoing/redoing
- fuse file systems support
- multiple files renaming
- support of filename modifiers
- colorschemes support
- file name color according to file type
- path specific colorscheme customization
- operation backgrounding
- customizable file viewers
- handy less-like preview mode
- filtering out and searching for files using regular expressions
- one or two panes viewWith the package comes a plugin to use vifm as a vim file selector.
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