New version brings two new ways of viewing and processing file lists, namely
tree-view and directory-comparison. As usual, previously existing facilities
were extended and improved to become more useful.
The beta stage will last about two weeks. In case any serious bugs are found
during this period, another beta version might be released.
- introduced tree-like representation of files;
- added directory comparison facilities;
- added ability to restore last navigation menu;
- background operations and programs can now be cancelled;
- dismissed error output of external programs can now be queried;
- added shell completion for bash and zsh;
- now it's possible to configure mappings in dialogs.
More detailed list of changes.
- Removed -Werror in tests from non-developer builds.
- added :tree command that converts current view into a tree (thanks to
filterfalse and Kornel);
- added :dmap, :dnoremap and :dunmap commands to configure mappings in dialogs
(thanks to Sassan Haradji, a.k.a. sassanh);
- added "tree" parameter to :sync! that enables synchronization of tree view
(thanks to filterfalse);
- added :compare command to perform comparison in one or two directory trees
(thanks to anonymous on SourceForge discussion forum and aleksejrs);
- added :copen command to restore last menu that supports navigation (thanks to
Sassan Haradji, a.k.a. sassanh);
- added :screen! form that enables terminal multiplexers support (instead of
toggling it as :screen does) (thanks to Marcos Cruz);
- added :siblnext and :siblprev commands. They change directory to next or
previous sibling directories of current path (in global sorting order of
current pane) (thanks to sudo-nice);
- made :put, :touch and :mkdir accept [line] range, which can be used to
specify target position in tree-view (thanks to filterfalse);
- accept paths in :touch, not just file names (thanks to filterfalse);
- disallow applying :chmod on ".." entry;
- disallow selecting ".." entry with :select command.