Nautilus is a network user environment that integrates access to files, applications, media, Internet-based services and the Web. Features include:
- Built-in viewer components for displaying file contents and quick access to the launch of file editors.
- Content and attribute-based "virtual folders" that free users from a strict file hierarchy.
- URL-based naming scheme allows local and Web viewing.
- Icon views that represent the contents of files: image, text, music, and so on.
- Multiple user levels to offer an optimized user interface for both novices and experts.
- File emblems, directory notes, and other tools to customize a file system.
- Zooming user interface that shows more detail at higher zoom levels.
DocumentationDeveloper's guide available in HTML format from http://developer.gnome.org/doc/whitepapers/nautilus/nautilus-internals.html
- IRC Help channel
- IRC development channel
released on 1 March 2005
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||31 January 2001|
Leaders and contributors
Resources and communication
|Bug Tracking||VCS Repository Webview||http://bugzilla.gnome.org/|
|Required to build||gnome-vfs 1.0.3 or later|
|Required to build||librsvg 1.0.1 or later|
|Required to build||eel 1.0.2 or later|
|Required to use||GNOME 1.2 or newer|
|Weak prerequisite||Red Hat 6.2 or 7.0 (to use Eazel installer)|
|Required to use||mozilla 0.8|
|Required to build||bonobo 1.0.9 or later|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 12 November 2008.
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