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Quickfm: a file manager implemented using qtquick
hi. i just wrote 500 lines of code.i was thought it worth to share:)
it is support basic commands such like cut,copy,paste,del,rename etc.
it has search tool too.it can handle any type file via "open with" action.
it can be used in wayland session via qtwayland.
if there are anyone who have interest ,it is available https://github.com/canatan/quickfm
Congratulations and thank you for sharing the code.
Any plans to make it platform independent ? Asking since you have used system commands for most of the operation. It would be great if you port it to Android too.
thanks for your interest:)
the main purposes i develop this is i hate X11 dependency,
wayland session needs a file manager, dolphin and nautilus are
insufficient. Unfortunatelly i have no plan to port this to android.
mainly because i have no android cellphone, i dont want to use
emulators, also i hate to install lots of 32 bits dependency craps to
PS: i updated the app add help menu draft ,a little other fix and
Ok.. Good luck for the further developments.
Filesystem related jobs will be part of the C++ language soon.
i think it will be good for portability when happened.
hi again. im proudy present v0.3
@*Config stuff imroved and moved to QJsonDocument and QJsonQbject
*No more system header inclusion. Moved from system() to QProcess stuff.So platform portability improved.
*Important bug fixed: User can not able to select a file/folder after scrollbar moved.@
But since QT don't provide a convienence way to recursively copy a directory
some artifacts still in place.