TkDesk is a graphical file manager for Unix and the X-Window System. It offers a very rich set of file operations and services, and provides the user with an immense amount of configurability. TkDesk's configuration flexibility results from the use of Tcl/Tk as the primary implementation language. Another benefit of using Tcl/Tk is that TkDesk is very portable and runs on virtually any Unix platform.
Home Page: http://tkdesk.sourceforge.net/
|Description:||an [incr Tcl] based desktop and graphical file manager, with built-in text editor. Allows an arbitrary number of file and directory browser windows, configurable file-specific popup-menus, history mechanism of directories, opened files, executed commands, etc., annotated files, ability to search for files by annotation, name, contents, size or age, trash can, drag and drop, disk usage of directories hierarchies, performs file operations in the background, bookmarks, configurable application bar, multi-buffer editor, sound support.|
|Currently at version 2.0.|
April 15, 2004
TkDesk release 2.0, code name "Lazarus," is now available for download.
Please keep in mind that the primary focus of this release was to provide Tcl/Tk 8.4 compatibility, as opposed to fixing bugs and adding features. If you have submitted bugs against release 1.2, do not be shocked if they have not been fixed. However, the overall goal of the 2.x set of releases will be to fix existing bugs, clean up the code, and generally prepare for major functionality improvements in later releases.
The many features of TkDesk include: