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: 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).
Release Notes: This release removes support for moving items in the :file menu. It adds a description of :file programs. It improves messages in the TUI as well as its redrawing in various scenarios. It changes behaviour of the Enter key on selected directories. It works better with the PATH environment variable.
Release Notes: This release implements basic communication between different instances of vifm. It improves configuration initialization on startup. It implements some features on Windows that were absent for this platform before. It makes vifm faster to figure out that directory content was changed. There are other less significant changes.
Release Notes: This release changes the meaning of the :split command (so replace it with :vsplit in your vifmrc), adds backgrounding of the :copy, :move, :delete, ga, and gA commands, adds horizontal splitting and keys to control the size of the panes, adds a less-like view mode, makes some changes to the Vim plugin, and makes the Windows version much more usable.