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File manager with an xtree-like interface

'ytree' is a file manager that t works under terminals using ncurses. It supports external programs to view/edit files. It is configurable, supports different architectures, if available it has colors, and has an internal hex viewer and editor. It is designed with xtree's interface but *nix semantics. It is fast, light, and can be compiled with x-curses.

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Janet Casey

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21 March 2005

Leaders and contributors

Werner Bregulla Maintainer
Carlos Barros & others Contributor

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug Tracking,Developer,
Debian (Ref)
Python (Ref)

Software prerequisites

Required to useterminfo
Required to usetermcap
Required to buildncurses
Required to buildgcc
Required to buildlibc
Required to buildmake

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 18 April 2018.

Version comment

1.99pl1 stable released 2016-09-04


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