A tool from Facebook that parses the output from a command and presents a UI to select files and directories; can be used to apply a command of a interactively selected files or to move across directories.
PathPicker accepts a wide range of input -- output from git commands, grep results, searches -- pretty much anything.
After parsing the input, PathPicker presents you with a nice UI to select which files you're interested in. After that you can open them in your favorite editor or execute arbitrary commands.
gcp is an advanced file copier tool, heavily inspired from the traditional cp command utility, but with some additional features. Displays the copy progress indicator, with estimated time, current file speed; logs of all actions; resume of interrupted copy processes.
A tool to recursively scan a directory tree looking for duplicate and broken files; it outputs statistics and save the list of files in JSON format; it produce a shell script that can be inspected before running it to delete the desire files.
Aims at taking "all the hassle out of extracting archives"; allows to use one command to extract archives in different formatsl supports tar, zip, deb, rpm, 7z, rar, gz, bz2, xz; supports recursive extraction (files into file) and extracts files into dedicated directories.
Today I want to talk about fzf and ripgrep, two tools I use all the time when working in Vim and the terminal. They have become an absolutely vital part of my workflow. Ever since I started using them I can’t imagine myself functioning without them anymore.
nnn is probably the fastest and most resource-sensitive file manager you have ever used. It integrates seamlessly with your DE and favourite GUI utilities, has a unique navigate-as-you-type mode with auto-select, disk usage analyzer mode, bookmarks, contexts, application launcher, familiar navigation shortcuts, subshell spawning and much more.
Integrate utilities like sxiv or fzy easily, or use it as a (neo)vim plugin; nnn supports as many scripts as you need!
Syncthing replaces proprietary sync and cloud services with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it's transmitted over the Internet.