DisplayFiles (DF) updated to 0.7
Date 10-Apr-2011 15:18:36
Topic: Software News
|DF (DisplayFiles) is yet another dir command (written in C). It displays a|
sorted and text-formatted list of files in a dir, including any other dirs,
soft/hard-links and their additional information such as size, date, possible
comment, executable header type, protection-bits, etc, etc.
- Abbreviated as DF or just df - easy to type in the shell.
- Dir/drawers are displayed in blue color (pen 3).
- Hard/Softlinks are displayed underscored (underlined).
- Shows where any Hard/Softlinks points to.
- Possible comments are displayed in italic.
- Displays the "primitive" file type of files.
- Fetches and identifies executable headers (68k, ELF, EXE, among others).
- Displays the Amiga file protection bits of files.
- Shows free disk space and sizes in KiB (1024), kB (1000) and bytes.
- Options for sorting by size and time/date.
- Option for reversing the output list.
- Option to "trail" files with an initial character.
- Possibility to specify a path to display.
- Shows OwnerUID, OwnerGID, UseCount and ObjectID (as reported by DOS).
- Supports multiple formats of options/switches (f.ex: TIME --time -t /T).
- Supports automatic updates through AmiUpdate.
- Written for Amiga on an Amiga.
Beta 7 - (0.7): (Apr 2011)
- Added info to footer-output about amount of dirs listed.
- Fixed bug, "dirs and files with same size isn't sorted when sorting
- Fixed issue, "multiple messages on error".
- Fixed a few other minor issues.