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Re: Re: [Ranger-users] Hello and thanks

From: David Woodfall
Subject: Re: Re: [Ranger-users] Hello and thanks
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2010 10:32:04 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.19 (2009-01-05)

On (02:50 27/04/10), Roman Z. <address@hidden> put forth the proposition:
I've just started to use ranger and can already see that I'm going to
get on with it very well. It's a great app. I have never really got on
with mc at all, for all its popularity, and find ranger just so much
more natural to move around - but I guess most of us vim users feel
the same way :)

I've just submitted a SlackBuild for ranger to slackbuilds.org and will
become the slackbuild maintainer for it. It's not available yet (still
in pending) but any slackware users here that want a slackbuild of a
git snapshot:


Ah, thanks man.  How did you find out about ranger, if I may ask?  It's
the First time I hear of someone using it outside of the Arch Linux

Linux Today had a link to this:


(I hope it's ok for me to host a git snapshot source archive on my
personal site for this?)

Of course.  It would be good to know when or how often you're going to
make snapshots.  Ranger has no real release cycle and each snapshot is
more or less experimental...  I could ensure that you get the less
experimental ones.  Hmm, or just use the "stable" branch.

I will probably be using 1.0.5 when it is released. I will keep to
stable releases as they become available. The reason for me using a
snapshot is support for local options.py etc. which 1.0.4 doesn't seem
to do.

Don't look back, the lemmings are gaining on you.

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