[ANN]: twander 3.146 Released And Available

Tim Daneliuk tundra at tundraware.com
Thu Mar 11 11:48:58 CET 2004


'twander' Version 3.146 is now released and available for download at:

          http://www.tundraware.com/Software/twander

The last public release was 3.135

Existing users should upgrade as this release contains
several bug fixes.

This release also introduces these new features:

1) Abilty to toggle automatic refresh on- and off from the keyboard.

2) Ability to force a display refresh after a command is launched.

3) "Shortcut" (alias) references to the built-in variables
    when composing a command manually.

Complete details of all fixes, changes, and new features can be found in
the WHATSNEW.txt file included in the distribution.

Users are strongly encouraged to join the twander-users mailing list as
described in the documentation.


What Is 'twander'?
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'twander' is a macro-programmable Filesystem Browser which runs on both
Unix-like systems as well as Win32 systems. It embraces the best ideas
of both similar GUI-driven programs (Konqueror, Windows Explorer) as
well as text-based interfaces (Midnight Commander, List, Sweep).


Or, If You Prefer The "Elevator Pitch"
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'twander' is:

    - A better file browser for Unix and Win32. (Tested on FreeBSD, Linux, Win32.)
    - A way to make browsing the same on all the OSs you use.
    - A macro-programmable tool that lets *you* define the features.
    - A GUI navigation front-end for your shell.
    - A way to "can" workflows for your technically-challenged colleagues.
    - A way to free yourself from the shackles of the mouse.
    - A way to significantly speed up your day-to-day workflow.
    - A Python/Tkinter application - about 3100/1300 lines of code/comments
    - A RCT (Really Cool Tool) that will have you addicted in a day or two

See the web page for more information and a screen shot. Better still,
download the tarball and read the documentation.


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tundra at tundraware.com










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