./sysutils/broot, New way to see and navigate directory trees

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.0.7, Package name: broot-1.0.7, Maintainer: pin

A better way to navigate directories.
-Get an overview of a directory, even a big one
-Find a directory then cd to it
-Never lose track of file hierarchy while you search
-Manipulate your files
-Manage files with panels
-Preview files
-Apply a standard or personal shortcut to a file
-Replace ls (and its clones)
-Sort, see what takes space
-check git statuses


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SHA1: a308317d1f7cbf383bb0f392fa2b097414579186
RMD160: 8f7830dfc1de24bd36c76efa27321cf86becc7ee
Filesize: 5888.419 KB

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   2020-11-28 00:21:24 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.0.7

-:previous_same_depth and :next_same_depth internals
-in kitty terminal, image preview is high definition
   2020-11-23 11:44:48 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.0.6

-optional icons, thanks to @asdf8dfafjk (@fiAtcBr on Miaou)
See https://dystroy.org/broot/icons
-dev.log renamed into broot.log
-:line_up and :line_down accept an optional count as argument - Fix #301
   2020-11-05 22:15:13 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.0.5

v1.0.5
-in case of IO error when previewing a file, display the error instead
of quitting
-fix regression related to display of texts with characters taking
several columns
-preview now supports opening system files with size 0 (eg /proc "files")
   2020-11-04 21:54:12 by pin | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
sysutils/broot: import

A better way to navigate directories.
-Get an overview of a directory, even a big one
-Find a directory then cd to it
-Never lose track of file hierarchy while you search
-Manipulate your files
-Manage files with panels
-Preview files
-Apply a standard or personal shortcut to a file
-Replace ls (and its clones)
-Sort, see what takes space
-check git statuses

Thanks Maya for suggestions