The missing terminal file manager for X.
nnn is a full-featured terminal file manager. It's tiny, extremely light and fast.
nnn is also a disk usage analyzer, a fuzzy app launcher, a batch file renamer and a file picker. The plugin repository has tons of plugins and documentation to extend the capabilities further. You can plug new functionality to nnn instantly. There's an independent (neo)vim plugin.
It runs smoothly on the Raspberry Pi, Termux on Android, Linux, macOS, BSD, Cygwin and Linux subsystem for Windows. nnn works seamlessly with DEs and GUI utilities. It's nearly zero-config (with sensible defaults) and can be setup in less than 5 minutes.
Add to that an awesome Wiki!
- Runs-on:OS X
23 November 2019
Leaders and contributors
|Arun Prakash Jana (Arunj)||Developer|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||ncursesw|
|Required to build||libncursesw|
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