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Beesoft Commander

   4.1.0  

KDE Filemanager

Score 86%
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Link:  http://www.beesoft.pl
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  6004
Submitted:  Apr 5 2006
Updated:  Sep 20 2008

Description:

Two panels file mamager (like Norton Commander). Are implemented all important file functions.




Changelog:

* it is implemented a dialog where user have a possibility to select any directory from tree of directories. After that, contents of the directory is displayed in the current panel,
* now user have possibility to craete MD5 control sum for a selected file. The control file have an extension '.md5sum',
* for selected a MD5 control file, user can check if the sum is valid (the checked file must be in the same directory),
* it is implemented possibility to preserve date/time of last modification of copied file,
* it is possibile to compare contents of two selected directiories (recursive),
* now is implemented a special dialog where user can synchronize two directiories (in processing are used dates of last modification of files). After synchronization all files in directories have the same contents and the same dates of last modification. Synchronisation process works recursive.
* user have now possibility to change date/time stamp of last modification for selected file(s).




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 Great look and feel

 
 by hareldvd on: Jul 28 2006
 
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Great performance, great visual design.

Installation is not clear. My suggestion add INSTALL.txt file to explain the simple install operation.

Whishlist:
Add fast directory access buttons for ~, .., = (same dir as opposite panel)
Add terminal button
Add "calculate size" for dirs.


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 Re: Great look and f

 
 by piotrpsz on: Jul 28 2006
 
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> Great performance, great visual design.

Thanks :)

> Installation is not clear. My suggestion > add INSTALL.txt file to explain the
> simple install operation.

Information how to install a program can you find on download page.

> Whishlist:
> Add fast directory access buttons for ~, > .., = (same dir as opposite panel)

Ctrl+O

> Add terminal button

Ctrl+K


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 podziÄkowanie

 
 by donkeypepe on: Sep 6 2007
 
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Piotr, mogę tylko podziękować bo to kawał dobrej roboty. Jesteś przykładem na to, że Open Source to potężne narzędzia robione z sercem i dbałością o każdy szczegół. Jeszcze raz dziękuję.


Burning Man :)
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 Re: podziÄkowanie

 
 by piotrpsz on: Sep 6 2007
 
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:) wielkie dzieki :)

piotr


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 How to compile??

 
 by AntiChrist on: Sep 7 2007
 
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I can't find info how to compile this?
Not on the download page.


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 Re: How to compile??

 
 by piotrpsz on: Sep 7 2007
 
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qmake
make

and after that ./bsc

piotr


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 File associations

 
 by NewLover on: Oct 2 2007
 
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Hey great tool, finally I've found what was looking for ;-)

But there's a question: how can I setup file associations? Double clicking on a mp3 file for instance does not start xmms.

Best regards


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 Re: File association

 
 by piotrpsz on: Oct 4 2007
 
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:)

application starting should be implemented in next version.

piotr


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 excellent tool

 
 by lightwarrior on: Nov 6 2007
 
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I really like your tool, vielen dank.

Tho we are still missing the link between clicking a file and then automatically starting the default application for that file (for instance mp3). Maybe in a next release then ?


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 Re: excellent tool

 
 by lightwarrior on: Nov 6 2007
 
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Oh and btw, your forum on your site is down (the link doesn't work).


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 Re: Re: excellent to

 
 by piotrpsz on: Nov 6 2007
 
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Yes, I know. Was too many spam.

piotr


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 Re: excellent tool

 
 by piotrpsz on: Nov 6 2007
 
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> I really like your tool, vielen dank.

Danke :)


> Tho we are still missing the link
> between clicking a file and then
> automatically starting the default
> application for that file (for instance
> mp3). Maybe in a next release then ?

Now I'm thinking about this.

piotr


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 Re: Re: excellent to

 
 by lightwarrior on: Nov 6 2007
 
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Thanks.

One extra suggestion.
It would be handy to change the function of the F6 key (Rename) into Move. Moving files is something which happens a lot more then renaming IMO.

Yes I know you can remove the source files with the copy command, but tools like this are made for fast file-handling. Moving them with F5 is not a very fast method.


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 Re: Re: excellent to

 
 by lightwarrior on: Nov 6 2007
 
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A small bug.
If you choose media/cdrom or media/floppy and nothing is present in these drives then beesoft doesn't time out and it needs to be killed and restarted.


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 Re: excellent tool

 
 by piotrpsz on: Nov 10 2007
 
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> Tho we are still missing the link
> between clicking a file and then
> automatically starting the default
> application for that file (for instance
> mp3). Maybe in a next release then ?

Already completed.

Piotr


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 Re: excellent tool

 
 by piotrpsz on: Nov 10 2007
 
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> Tho we are still missing the link
> between clicking a file and then
> automatically starting the default
> application for that file (for instance
> mp3). Maybe in a next release then ?

Already completed.

Piotr


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 ownership of files

 
 by lightwarrior on: Nov 7 2007
 
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And another suggestion.

It would be nice if the following would be added to the preferences/ settings of beesoft.

When copying or moving files ownership is changed to the current user. Most of the time copying or moving files ownership should not change (the -p parameter of the cp command).

When I use beesoft as root and move files of my normal user then these files automatically become owned by root. This is not wanted most of the time.

Add a choice in preferences/ settings how ownership during copying of files should work by default.


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 Re: ownership of fil

 
 by piotrpsz on: Nov 10 2007
 
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> When copying or moving files ownership
> is changed to the current user. Most of
> the time copying or moving files
> ownership should not change (the -p
> parameter of the cp command).

> When I use beesoft as root and move
> files of my normal user then these files
> automatically become owned by root. This
> is not wanted most of the time.

> Add a choice in preferences/ settings
> how ownership during copying of files
> should work by default.

Already completed.

Piotr


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