A hackable, minimal, fast TUI file explorer
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README.md

▸[▓▓ xplr]

A hackable, minimal, fast TUI file explorer

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xplr is a terminal UI based file explorer that aims to increase our terminal productivity by being a flexible, interactive orchestrator for the ever growing awesome command-line utilities that work with the file-system.

To achieve its goal, xplr strives to be a fast, minimal and more importantly, hackable file explorer.

xplr is not meant to be a replacement for the standard shell commands or the GUI file managers. Rather, it aims to integrate them all and expose an intuitive, scriptable, keyboard controlled, real-time visual interface, also being an ideal candidate for further integration, enabling you to achieve insane terminal productivity.

Introductions & Reviews

Packaging

Package maintainers please refer to the RELEASE.md.

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