FindEmAll is a fast, resource-efficient, and powerful, yet easy-to-use graphical find-and-grep tool with some unique features.
|Tags||Systems Administration Desktop Environment tools|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux OS Independent|
Release Notes: A workaround for a bug in some Python versions that caused FindEmAll to crash was added. Instead of find's "-wholename" option, this release uses "-path" for compatibility with non-GNU "find". The text editor used to open files is no longer hard-coded to "nedit"; if the environment variable XEDITOR is set, this will be used instead. It can also easily be changed from the new "Preferences" tab. Translations are now found when FindEmAlll is run from the source tree, without having to install ".mo" files.
Release Notes: A switch to show or hide hidden directories was added to the "choose directory" dialog box.
Release Notes: Two bugs that might have caused the search to hang or some search results to be omitted have been fixed. An option to omit hidden files and directories from the search has been added. A few minor GUI improvements were made.
Release Notes: This first release is quite stable.