May 26, 2018
Terminal (curses)-based file manager written in Perl
pfm is a terminal curses-based file manager written in Perl, based on the PFM.COM for MS-DOS originally by Paul Culley and Henk de Heer. Permission to use the original name was kindly granted by the original authors.
Some of its features
* Commands are invoked with only one or two keypresses * Colored filenames according to extension or type * Support for executing user-defined commands including wildcards with only two keystrokes * A single-file and multiple-file mode * Multilevel sorting * Use of oldmarks and newmarks for executing multiple commands on the same group of files * Supports bookmarks for directories * Highly configurable through its config file * Supports commandline history and completion through use of the GNU readline library * Integration with versioning tools like Subversion, CVS, Bazaar, Mercurial, and Git