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I am working on debianizing of the X Northern Captain


I have just found a very nice filemanager -- X Northern Captain (xnc)
and I am going to debianize it.  Does anybody already works on it?


---------------------------- from xnc's README ----------------------------

        Welcome to X Northern Captain 4.0.x !!!

X Northern Captain (XNC) - filemanager for X Window. XNC - uses conception
of two panels. These panels with highlighted directory listings give You
simple and easy way to manipulate files on Your system. Bookmark feature
allow You to remember Hot Directories and quick changing to it. Virtual File
System can manipulate files in popular archieve formats as easy as files on
normal Disk FS (copy/delete/view/edit/execute inside archieve). MultiWindow
Editing and Viewing System (IVES) edit text files and view ASCII/HEX and
many image formats ; built in xterminal (rxvt 2.20) shows output from
applications; configurable User menu do quick execute for usefull commands;
exention association and execution list allow execute application by
associated extension; processes information shows list of processes and can
send signal to its; disk and memory summary information; QuickScan
Directories and files info; Drag 'n' Drop for files manipulation - easy way
to work for Mouse Fans; Hot keys, colors, sizes, fonts and panels layout
easy customization with XNCSetup make XNC very usefull tool.

Short List of XNC functions:

 -Files execution in built in rxvt or in background
 -Files selection/deselection manually or by mask
 -Copy/Move/Delete files/directories (recursivly)
 -Edit files in ASCII/HEX formats
 -Change owner & attributes of files
 -Creating directories
 -Archieve files copy/del/edit/view/execute with Virtual File System
  supported archieves: TAR, TARGZ, RPM, ARJ, ZIP, LHA, RAR
  Subarchieves (archieve inside archive) supported as well. 
 -Find files on Disk File System
 -Hot Dir Bookmark - quick switching to usefull directories
 -Disk summary information
 -Memory information


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