noice

small file browser
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     11 What is it?
     12 ===========
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     14 noice is a small curses-based file browser.
     15 It was first developed to be used with a TV remote control for a media
     16 center solution.
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     19 Getting started
     20 ===============
     21 
     22 Get the latest version from the git-repository; build and install it.  Run
     23 noice in a directory to display its content in the form of a list, where
     24 each line is a file or directory.  The currently selected item will be
     25 preceded with a " > " by default.
     26 
     27 For more information refer to the manpage.
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     30 Building
     31 ========
     32 
     33 To build noice you need a curses implementation available.  In most
     34 cases you just do:
     35 
     36     make
     37 
     38 It is known to work on OpenBSD, NetBSD, FreeBSD, DragonFly BSD, Linux, OSX,
     39 IRIX 6.5, Haiku and Solaris 9.  Some notes for building on certain systems
     40 follow.
     41 
     42  * IRIX 6.5:
     43    Tested with gcc from http://freeware.sgi.com/.
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     45     make CC="gcc" LDLIBS="-lgen -lcurses"
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     47  * Haiku:
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     49     make LDLIBS="-lncurses"
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     51  * Solaris 9:
     52    Tested with gcc from http://www.opencsw.org/.
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     54     export PATH=/usr/ccs/bin:/opt/csw/bin:$PATH
     55     make CC="gcc"
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     58 Contact
     59 =======
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     61 To report bugs and/or submit patches, you can reach us through
     62 the freenode IRC network at #2f30.