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

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.2.4, Package name: broot-1.2.4, 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


Master sites:

SHA1: 25255506df98b16d17865808906a4345ce088397
RMD160: cedacecad69035d3015ac555d59bda3f84a53fb9
Filesize: 6264.059 KB

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   2021-02-27 17:22:50 by pin | Files touched by this commit (1) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: add update warning

I'll update the package when we default to rust-1.50
   2021-02-14 21:56:55 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.2.4

-line_down_no_cycle and :line_up_nocycle. They may be mapped instead of
:line_up and :line_down when you don't want to cycle (ie arrive on top when
you go down past the end of the tree/list) - Fix #344
-fix selected line number rendering in text preview
   2021-02-06 10:51:51 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.2.3

-This version has been built to remove the 1.2.2 from GitHub, because it was
tagged from the wrong commit.
   2021-02-06 09:20:12 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.2.2

-special paths in "no-enter" or "hide" aren't counted when \ 
summing sizes or
dates. It's a compromise: it makes all sums a little slower, especially if you
have a lot of special paths or complex ones, but it allows skipping over the
very slow disks and thus makes some cases much faster - Fix #331
-br fish shell function uses shell completion of broot
-tree height in :pt now applies even when there are more root items (thus
truncating the tree) - Fix #341
-fix the F5 and F6 shortcuts (copy and move between panels) in the default
configuration
   2021-01-28 06:13:51 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.2.1

-allow dashes instead of underscores in conf property names. This fixes a
regression as "special-paths", "ext-colors" and \ 
"search-modes" were defined
with a dash up to version 1.0.7. Now both spellings are OK - Fix #330
-fix some problems with paths containing spaces
(regression since 1.1.11) - Fix #329
   2021-01-15 09:51:10 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.2.0

-experimental "modal mode" (or "vim mode") in broot.
See https://dystroy.org/broot/vim_mode/

Warning!
-DON'T activate this mode until you really tried broot. Broot isn't a text
editor and can't be confused with one. This mode may be more comfortable when
you constantly jump from vim to broot but only after you understood how broot
works.
This isn't really about a "vim mode". This is about a "modal \ 
mode" in which
single letter key shortcuts are possible because the input at the bottom isn't
always focused. You may devise single letter shortcuts without taking
inspiration in vim
You may be an avid vim user, as I am, and still prefer not to use modality in
broot. Starting in command mode means you have one more letter to type before
searching, because search is done in input mode. And broot is search oriented
and often used in very short sessions (less than 5 seconds from intent to
launch to being back in the shell in the right directory or editing the right
file in your favorite editor).

-fix mouse staying captured during external app execution - Fix #325
   2021-01-08 08:56:24 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.1.11

-fix handling of rules starting with '/' in the global gitignore - Fix #321
-alt-c now mapped to the new :copy_line verb which, when in tree, puts the
selected path in the clipboard and, when in text preview, puts the selected text
line in the clipboard - Fix #322
-it's possible to define verb execution patterns as arrays instead of simple
strings, to avoid having to escape quotes - Fix #319
   2021-01-01 14:39:53 by pin | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/broot: update to 1.1.10

broot now accepts both TOML and Hjson files for configuration. Default is Hjson.
I wrote about why this change, https://dystroy.org/blog/hjson-in-broot/