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This is the little demo program included in libfm demonstrating the functionality of libfm – the core of next generation PCManFM.
Due to some limitations and various hard-to-fix problems in the original PCManFM, a new project is started to work on a fresh rewrite of PCManFM. Now I’ve created a project named libfm. It’s a gio-based library used to develop file manager-like programs.
This will be the core of next generation PCManFM. Currently the work that has been done is in branches. It contains a simple demo program named libfm-demo. Most of the menu items in this demo program are not working.
Currently it can only listed the files on your disk. No other operations are avaiable since they haven’t been written yet. I’ll work hard to finish it and hope the first really usable release can be made before 2010. The project is in its very early stage, but you can see the progress here.
After finished, the lib will be separated into two parts, libfm and libfm-gtk. The former is a generic non-gui library, and the later provides useful file manager-related widgets.
The roadmap of PCManFM is updated, too. Those are the tasks to finish.
If someone is willing to help, that’ll be appreciated. Help is wanted!!