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      Rodent Applications 4.7.0 bug A startup bug (critical) slipped by unnoticed into the 4.7.0 release. You may or may not be affected by it, depending on how your computer deals with parallel processes. The problem is in the generation of the mimetype-application association cache. If on initial startup you get any warnings of the like "refuse to write" or if you click on a text file and the open with dialog pops up instead of the default editor, then you were affected. Simple fix: remove all traces with: $rm -rf `find ~/ -name "rfm-Gamma"` Then start rodent with "rodent-desk" instead of plain "rodent". This will avoid the race and generate correct caches. The bug only occurs when the user runs rodent for the first time. This has been fixed in SVN for release 4.7.1. Thank you for your comprehension. Download from sourceforge. Rodent Gamma (aka xffm-4.7.0, or build 5190) now includes the following new features: Inline and online User's Manual (alas! documentation!). Rodent icon theme is now XDG spec and includes many new icons. This means you can use the Xfce native Rodent icon theme with your favorite desktop. You can also use any other desktop icon theme with Rodent Filemanager (if this is to your liking). Much appreciation is due to Pablo Morales Romero (Lonerocker) and the resources at Freedesktop.org for making this possible. Bash completion is now enabled in the lp-terminal command line and all input dialogs (where applicable). This complements the history autocompletion which was already enabled. Rodent-fgr find tool stand alone application. New rodent-ps plugin. This allows you to monitor all running processes and send signals with point and click ease. Easy access to all processes makes process control much quicker (for those who know what pid and signals are, of course). New rodent-dotdesktop plugin. This allows Rodent filemanager to process dot desktop files (or launchers) adding the following functionalities: Applications menu. This appears in the top level menu and includes all installed programs grouped in the conventional desktop categories. So if you are stuck with a gnome panel you don't want just to have the menu, or are tired of waiting for an independent application to generate a menu, here's the small and quick solution. Top level Applications launcher folder which contains folders for every category claimed by an installed applications. (Other filemanagers consider the user too stupid to list each and every category... no wait. No other filemanager handles categories the way Rodent does. Rodent's way of handling applications categories is the CDE way, which takes us back to Xfce core roots. Not everything has to emulate Micro$oft these days.) Automatic mimetype-application association. If an installed application claims it can open files of this-or-that mimetype, then the popup menu for icons of this-or-that mimetype will have the command enabled (with the correct icon, of course). Complete translations to French, German, Russian, Spanish, Chinese and many more languages (af ar as ast az be@latin be bg bn br bs ca ca@valencia crh csb cs cy da de dz el en_CA en_GB eo es et eu fa fi fr fy ga gl gu he hi hne hr hsb hu hy ia id is it ja ka kg km kn ko ku lt lv mai mk ml mr ms nb nds ne nl nn oc or pa pl ps pt_BR pt ro ru si sk sl sq sr@ijekavianlatin sr@ijekavian sr@ije sr@latin sr sv ta te tg th tk tr ug uk uz@cyrillic uz vi wa xh zh_CN zh_HK zh zh_TW.Big5 zh_TW). Content folder icons. This features puts a small icon on top of each folder to show the user what type of files the folder contains. A lot of other enhancements, optimizations and bug fixes I cannot remember at this point. See ChangeLog for full details. Note: Following the spirit of Free Software, this project feeds on the collaboration of literally thousands of Open Source programmers, artists and translators. As is proper in an educated environment, due credit to every contributor is acknowledged. If by any chance you notice that a contribution you have made has not been recognized in the "About" dialog, please file a bug report at https://sourceforge.net/p/xffm/bugs/. Enjoy! : The comments made by Linus confirm what I have known long ago: the Xfce crowd is not made up of dummies. Anyways, the next step in the xftree evolution, Rodent Gamma, is almost here. This includes several important new features, along with bug fixes and code optimizations. Among the new features you will find: ** Bash completion. This is for the lp-terminal and all applicable dialogs where paths or commands may be input via the keyboard. The combination of bash completion and history completion make Rodent's keyboard access extremely fast and powerful, as you may soon discover. ** Bookmarks. The standard gtkbookmarks is now used in Rodent. This means that bookmarks generated in Nautilus are available in Rodent and vice versa. Nautilus automatically creates bookmarks for users who don't know where to put videos, music, documents or downloads, and you can easily remove these with Rodent. Adding or removing bookmarks in Rodent is a two click operation. Nautilus, OTH, uses 2 clicks to add but a click-scroll-click-click-click sequence with buttons and text to read in order to remove a bookmark (are they trying to make it impossible for dummies?) ** Launchers. This is the Nautilus "terminology" for dot desktop files, which most applications provide upon installation. "Shortcuts" is the term Linus uses. The functionality for dealing with these files is provided by a Rodent plugin and consists of --filesystem navigation through categories --popup menu with the standard gnome/kde categories N_("Accessories") N_("Graphics applications") N_("System Tools") N_("Internet and Network") N_("Games and amusements") N_("Office Applications") N_("Tools for software development") N_("Audio and Video") N_("Personal preferences") NOTE: These categories are arbitrary and if you have a better suggestion for the application popup menu for Rodent Gamma, now's the time to speak up, before the Gamma version is released. Differences with xfce-appfinder: The available categories is only limited by the amount of categories installed in the current system. Categories have their own icon and work as a containing folder for all dot desktop files which list that category as their own. You can browse through categories instead of searching for (search is taken care of with bash completion or find tool, yes?). Differences with Nautilus: Rodent will allow you to treat dot desktop files as what they really are, files, not only icons to double click or drop another icon upon. Please do not interpret this difference with Nautilus as a Nautilus drawback, some consider it a feature: dummies are meant to be fooled into believing launchers are not really files so that they won't mess things up (although this does not always work: dummies are too darn smart). ** Processes There was once a super stable OS system which considered everything, including files, as processes. This OS system disappeared because it was proprietary. In the linux world the tendency is to consider everything, including processes, as part of the filesystem. As a part of the filesystem, why shouldn't processes be manageable by a capable filemanager?AFAIK, Rodent is the only filemanager now endowed with this capability. With the rodent-ps plugin, the default behavior of the stop button which appears for backgrounded processes changes. Instead of sending a SIGTERM (and optionally a SIGKILL), a window will open at the point in the process tree where the process is located, giving options to send arbitrary signals to the process (like STOP or CONT), or navigate through the process tree. This plugin has the option to visualize user processes (default) or all processes. You may also toggle the tree structure on and off. I am specially grateful to Branko Lankester <lankeste@fwi.uva.nl>, Michael K. Johnson <johnsonm@redhat.com>, Michael Shields <mjshield@nyx.cs.du.edu>, Charles Blake <cblake@bbn.com>, Albert Cahalan <albert@users.sf.net> and David Mossberger-Tang for contributing the powerful and bugfree backend to this Rodent plugin. ** Content folder icons This features puts a small icon on top of each folder to show the user what type of files the folder contains. This is a suggestion from kde team to improve and make less "windowy" the Dolphin feature that maps small thumbnails of contained images on folders. Advanced users will not only be interested in quickly locating pictures at a glance, but also pdf, source code, spreadsheets and all kinds of different files. This feature is enabled by default but can be disabled in the settings dialog. ** Optimized read and load For those who are interested in reading /usr/bin quickly, Rodent is now about ten times faster than Nautilus. That is what multithreading in multicore enviroment is all about. A search for "g_thread_create" in Nautilus code gives only one match: this does not look good at all, although I may be mistaken. And if you really want speed, you may remove or not install the icons plugin (take the Rodent out of Rodent). This will make the loading of /usr/bin much faster, and cut down memory usage, but will cost you in eyecandy. ** Documentation User documentation in pdf and html format will be available. This, and final testing, are the items holding release at this moment. * : Rodent Beta release 2 (aka xffm-4.6.4) has now been released and is yours! This is a bug fix release with many optimizations and new features added. The most important fix is a race which caused a dbh file corruption with a 1/25 probability on virgin startups. It would only affect the user who had the corrupt dbh file. The corrupt file could be removed with a rm -rf `find ~ -name "rfm*"`. Anyways, the race condition is fixed in 4.6.4, but if you were unlucky enough with 4.6.2, just remove the rfm directories "~/.cache/rfm", "~/.local/share/rfm" and "~/.config/rfm". This will leave your directory as good as new. The most important features added to 4.6.4 are: New touch frontend: all GNU touch options are now available. Special thanks to Paul Rubin Arnold Robbins Jim Kingdon David MacKenzie Randy Smith for the creation of such a powerful and bug free backend to rodent touch. Rendering is now done with cairo. This makes for prettier graphics and optimized routines. Rubberband selection now does up and down scrolling and will select/unselect on the fly. Updated translations: we now have the greater part of the world population covered. Remove, find, settings, touch dialogs now run in their own threads. Added RTFM and Help buttons for cp, mv, ln, shred and fgr. Added a conventional About dialog. Migrated pasteboard from server-base to thread-safe client-base. Variable icon/thumbnail size (per directory memory) via a zoom-in/zoom-out button. New requirements: bash (n.b., this requirement has now been dropped) librsvg >= 2.26.0 cairo >= 1.8.10 Requirements which are now optional: (well, not really. Due to a missing ifdef/endif directive pair, libzip is still required. But the configure script won't abort if it is not found! Please excuse any inconvenience this may cause) libzip A list of reported bugs fixed can be found at https://sourceforge.net/p/xffm/bugs/ . Source tarball can be downloaded from http://sourceforge.net/projects/xffm/files/4.6.4/https://sourceforge.net/projects/xffm/files/4.6.4/. You will also find debian i386/amd64 packages (build on squeeze) at this site. PPA files for Ubuntu are not yet available, but we will try to get them online. Meanwhile, you should be able to use the source tarball or debian packages. Stay tuned. Build has been tested successfully on Gentoo, Debian, Ubuntu, ArchLinux and FreeBSD. It should be fine on other Linux distributions too. And 15 seconds to watch a video, look at the release of Rodent BTW: The big difference between an advanced user and a dummy, is that the first will RTFM. As such, Rodent's FM will appear shortly at http://xffm.org. Stay tuned on this too. * A bit of Rodent (Xffm) history.
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      Rodent is fast, small and powerful file manager for the GNU operating system (but it also works in BSD). Rodent is *not* a filemanager for dummies. Emphasis is on ease of use for the advanced user, not the computer illiterate. <br>


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