Rodent applications (previously Xffm Code Set) is a set of GTK2/GTK3 applications which use librfm and which avoid reinventing the wheel by using interprocess communication with command line applications. Current applications are: Rodent Filemanager (rodent-fm); Rodent Differences (rodent-diff); Rodent Search Tool (rodent-fgr); a command line search tool (fgr); and an icon theme manager (rodent-iconmgr).
Release Notes: This release contains updated rodent-pkg and rodent-fgr (the latest versions).
Release Notes: Updates rodent-fm to 5.2.7. Adds a new plugin: a FreeBSD package manager GUI plugin for rodent-fm (rodent-pkg 5.2.0).
Release Notes: Xffm 4.7.0, (aka Rodent Filemanager Gamma) now includes: an inline and online User's Manual; a default Freedesktop-compatible icon theme; bash completion; a Rodent-fgr stand-alone find application; a Rodent-ps plugin; a Rodent-dotdesktop plugin with an applications menu, applications launcher, and MIME type application association; and content folder icons. This release has complete translations to French, German, Russian, Spanish, Chinese, and many more languages. There are many other enhancements, optimizations, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: A new touch frontend was included. Rendering is now done with cairo, which provides prettier graphics and optimized routines. Rubberband selection now does up and down scrolling and will select/unselect on the fly. Translations were updated and now cover the greater part of the world's population. Remove, find, settings, and touch dialogs now run in their own threads. RTFM and Help buttons were provided for cp, mv, ln, shred, and fgr. The pasteboard was migrated from server-base to thread-safe client-base. Icon/thumbnail size is now variable.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes. Dependencies on unnecessary libraries have been removed. Plugins and many other things have been added. The package has been split into separate components.