Vifm is an ncurses-based file manager with vi-like keybindings, which also borrows some useful ideas from mutt.
|Tags||Desktop Environment File Managers VIM/VI|
|Operating Systems||Unix Windows Mac OS X POSIX|
Release Notes: This release adds better integration with environment and external tools and enhances file filtering capabilities in several ways. Apart from that, old features were tweaked and some build issues and bugs were resolved. New Win32 and Win64 single-executable (no DLLs) packages appear for the first time with this release.
Release Notes: This release added parsing of escape codes, improved existing features, and fixed bugs. There were also some changes to the build system, and new extra files were bundled.
Release Notes: The release fixes more than 17 bugs. It does not contain any new features.
Release Notes: This release fixed build problems that were caused by using different versions of autotools. Several bugs were fixed, some of which were related to new features.
Release Notes: There are two main directions in which improvements were made. One of them is TUI, which now has support for multiple columns and ls-like view as well as customizable file name decoration (prefix and suffix). The second one is connected with the command interpreter, which now supports built-in functions, conditional operators, and conditional execution of commands (using if-else-endif statements). Additionally, vifm's memory footprint was made smaller and running of programs associated with files made smarter (won't stop until an existing program is found).