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Name: 4pane Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP3
Version: 7.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: bp153.1.15 Build date: Sat Mar 6 02:38:02 2021
Group: Unspecified Build host: lamb25
Size: 5493104 Source RPM: 4pane-7.0-bp153.1.15.src.rpm
Summary: A multi-pane detailed-list file manager
4Pane is a multi-pane detailed-list file manager.
It favors speed over visual effects.
In addition to standard file manager features, it offers multiple undo and redo
of most operations (including deletions), archive management including "virtual
browsing" inside archives, multiple renaming/duplication of files, a terminal
emulator and user-defined tools.






* Mon Dec 07 2020 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 7.0
    * Added support for GIO mounts
      + Recent distro versions use GIO to mount some usb devices
      inside /run/user/<id>/gvfs/
      4Pane now looks there for automounted DVDs, cameras and
      smart devices e.g. android phones, and adds a toolbar
      button for each, just as would happen for a usb flash
    * Improvements to the QuickFind dialog
    * Compilation fix for >=wxWidgets 3.1.4
  - Drop 4pane-fix_for_wx3.1.4.patch (merged upstream)
* Wed Oct 07 2020 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Add 4pane-fix_for_wx3.1.4.patch
* Wed Oct 07 2020 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Fix Factory build
* Sat Mar 28 2020 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 6.0
    * 4Pane no longer builds with wxWidgets 2.8; it now requires
      3.0 or higher.
    * There's a faster way to reach the File OpenWith menu.
      Ctrl-Alt-doubleclick will now directly show the menu.
    * When moving or pasting files, optionally retain their
      previous modification date.
    * Support extracting/verifying 'rar' archives, if 'unrar' is
      installed, but not 'rar' creation. 'unrar' is freely
      available (though with a licence restriction) but the 'rar'
      licence is too restricted.
    * Previewing images now supports svg files too.
    * Add support for the LXQt DE by recognising its default
      editor, terminal and image viewer.
* Thu Oct 17 2019 Richard Brown <>
  - Remove obsolete Groups tag (fate#326485)
* Mon Dec 25 2017
  - Update to version 5.0
    + There is a simpler 'Find' dialog for everyday use.
      Just as the QuickGrep dialog is good enough for most greps, a
      simple one-page QuickFind that sets just the path, pattern and
      search-type will be sufficient for most searches.
    + When large files are being moved or pasted, their progress is now
      displayed in the statusbar.
    + It is now possible to make a particular fileview order its files
      in a decimal-aware way. This is helpful in the case of files with
      names like foo1.txt, foo2.txt, foo11.txt, foo12.txt, which normally
      sort as 1, 11, 12, 2.
    + A fileview's contextmenu now has an entry that makes it sort such
      files more intelligently. Note that this only affects files with
      names that _end_ in digits, not those with digits elsewhere in the name.
    + Building 4Pane now uses Automake.
  - Split out language files into their own sub-package
* Thu Jun 29 2017
  - Use convert -strip to not embed timestamps in .png files
* Wed May 31 2017
  - Added LICENCE file
* Fri Apr 28 2017
  - Corrected description
* Thu Apr 27 2017
  - Corrected summary
* Fri Feb 17 2017
  - Use wxWidgets-3_0
* Sun May 08 2016
  - Update to version 4.0:
    * Moving or pasting files now uses threads
    * This allows 4Pane to be responsive even during pastes of
      very large files, and also makes it possible to cancel such
    * A better method of detecting a file's system mime-type is
      now used
    * 4Pane can now be built with clang as well as with g++
    version 3.0:
    * It's now possible to use gtk3 instead of gtk2, providing the
      gtk3 version is sufficiently recent
    * 4Pane now builds and runs on GNU Hurd, though some features
      are missing: in particular FilesystemWatcher and samba support
    * There is now an optional Preview feature: hovering over an
      image or a text file will, after a delay, show the contents in
      a 'tooltip'
    * Double-clicking on a file now uses the system's mime-type
      method to decide which application to use to open the file
      Previous versions used just 4Pane's built-in method. Now by
      default both are tried in turn, the system method first,
      but this can be changed in Options > Configuring 4Pane >
      Miscellaneous > Other
    version 2.0:
    * It's now possible to mount a remote partition over ssh, using
    * 4Pane now uses 'inotify' to keep it informed of changes to
      the filesystem. This means that the display updates
      to show altered dirs and files, whether they were changed by
      4Pane itself or from elsewhere. This is enabled by default.
    * Any /etc/fstab entries for network mounts (nfs, sshfs and
      samba) are now added to their 'mount' dialogs
    * There's now a separate icon for broken symlinks.
    version 1.0:
    * For the musophobic, added the ability to use the keyboard to:
      navigate to/from the panes, terminal emulator, command-line
      and toolbar textctrl; return to the last-used control;
      navigate between dir-view and file-view, and to the opposite
      twinpane; cycle through multiple open tabs;
    * User-defined command parameters can now have modifiers, better
      to specify which panes to select from.
    * When the user does Copy on a treeitem, its filepath is now
      added to the (real) clipboard too.
      If 4Pane is built against >=wxGTK-2.9 it's also added to the
      primary selection.
    * It's now possible to set a background colour to panes,
      optionally different for dirviews and fileviews.
    * Added the ability to paste only the dirs in the clipboard,
      ignoring files. This makes it easy to replicate a directory
    * A greater range of compressed files and archives can now be
      Assuming the relevant system libs are installed:
      Files compressed with xz, lzma, lzop and compress can now be
      decompressed and (all but the last) compressed.
      Standard 7z archives can be extracted, and tar.7z ones created
      and extracted.
      Cpio and ar archives can be extracted, as can rpm and deb
      It's also possible to peek inside tar archives compressed with
      xz (lzma1 or 2), in addition to gzip and bzip2.
      There are now different tree icons to discriminate between
      archives, compressed archives and compressed files.
    * It's now possible to change which part of a filename is
      displayed in the 'ext' column of a fileview.
      By default an extension is still considered to start at the
      first '.', but it's now possible to change this to the last or
      the penultimate one.
    * 4Pane now will (by default) use stock icons for such things as
      Copy and Undo. Improved some non-stock icons.
    * 4Pane now acquires more information about newly-found usb
      devices, and may not have to bother the user about them.
    * There is now a built-in su/sudo front-end for executing
      commands with admin privileges. This is the default, but it's
      still possible to configure to use kdesu/gksu/etc/ instead
  - Spec cleanup



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