The nnn command line file manager has seen the release of version 2.3, and with it a number of notable changes. Some of the main features include the ability to abort disk usage calculations, ability to use nnn as a file picker in association with picker.sh, and a version sort flag.
A user repository of scripts is now also provided, with the current list including scripts to upgrade the application, fuzzy finding of files for opening and editing, and copying a selection to the clipboard.
Terminal-based IRC client Irssi has made it to version 1.2.0. The release includes a year of changes and security updates since the previous 1.1.2 release. Some of the key changes and new features with this version are:
- New syntax with the /statusbar command.
- Character width can now be configured.
- “Off-the-record” module is now included.
- Horizontal splits have been included.
- Support for formatting on the input line.
Baku, a bookmark manager which is independent of any browser has reached version 4.1. Alongside a command line interface for browsing bookmarks, there are a number of other key features such as auto-import from Firefox, Chrome and Chromium, and open bookmarks in a browser. Another useful function is the ability to expand or collapse URLs from the Wayback Machine cache.
With the release of 4.1, there are fixes for a few security issues and a repair to the auto-import function from Firefox.
Command line file manager nnn has been updated to version 2.2. Alongside some minor fixes to issues occurring on Mac OS X, the program has a number of key improvements and bug fixes including:
- An option to disable displaying of colours.
- The ability to run files as executables.
- Handling of files greater than 2GB on 32-bit ARM processors.
- Support for selection across directories.
- Better support for Termux/Cygwin environments.
Documentation has also been added for lftp integration to facilitate remote file transfers.