For a long time wanted to write a cross-platform GUI tool to help navigating the Linux/Windows prompts, kinda.
One thing that is undeniable and quite frustrating is the clumsiness and unfriendliness (in so many aspects) of Linux/Windows directory exploration.
On top of that, it is a nasty feeling working with a certain prompt/explorer (and getting used to it) and having to do the same on the alternative operating system, many Windows users (including me) are tripping in Linux, simple tasks as sorting directories in some human-readable form of e.g. 1 million files is a drag.
- 100% FREE and open-source;
- Linux/Windows binaries;
- Loads (recursively) all the filepaths of current folder;
- Browsing is (to be) very ergonomical, either by keyboard alone or mouse alone, ideally by both;
- Fullscreen or windowed modes, resizable window at the start and font choosing allowing 300+ chars long lines;
- Easy on the eyes, vintage Toshiba/Fujitsu/Compag and other fonts bring crispness;
- No need of dpi percentages adjustments, just use 4x variants (Cordata, Toshiba) which are excellent for 4K modes;
- Written by machinely yours Sanmayce.
This is work in progress, nevertheless, this revision 5 is fully operational, just some features are not yet implemented.
The package (Linux and Windows binary, source code) Dirwalker_r5.zip
23.5 MB (24,720,773 bytes) is freely downloadable:
Feel free to critique and suggest new features, in next months my intent is to add new features and to refine it further.