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xplor, a tree-style (file) explorer for (plan9port) Acme
Tree style (files) [explorer for p9p acme] .
If you're not an acme user, here's the easiest way to get acquainted: http://research.swtch.com/acme
* [screenshot, regular](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/505/55195521-111fce80-51ad-11e9-9725-58ceae7c785d.png)
* [screenshot, monospaced](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/505/55195505-02391c00-51ad-11e9-9293-7b58a37a49d7.png)
Otherwise, you know the drill: button 3 (usually right click) to unfold/fold
directories (the ones marked with a '+'. Same click on a regular file
sends it to the plumber, so default behaviour will be to open it if
Button 2 (middle click) on an element of the tree prints the full path
of the element in the +Errors window.
Xplor is written for [Acme, the Plan 9 text editing environment][acme].
I use Acme from [Plan 9 from User Space][plan9port].
To learn about Acme, [Russ Cox’s Tour of Acme][tour] is a great place to start.
B2 on Win or Xplor commands opens a new win (or a
new xplor respectively), by default at the same root directory as
their parent. However, they make use of chording 2+1: just position
your cursor wherever you want in the tree, then button 2 on Win or
Xplor, hold it, and at the same time press button 1. Tadaaa! behold
the chording magic!
DotDot redraws xplor with the root set as the parent directory.
Hidden toggles displaying the hidden files/directories. It does not redraw the tree.
Button 3 (right click) on a directory to open or close it.
Button 3 on a file to plumb it, e.g. to open text or source files.
Button 2 (middle click) on any entry to prints its path in the Errors window.
`Win` and `Xplor` open a new [win] or xplor window.
Button 2 to open those windows for the current xplor directory,
2-1 chord to open the selected directory instead.
`Get` reloads the current window.
`All` toggles whether xplor displays hidden entries.
`Up` opens parent of the current directory in the same window.
: https://bitbucket.org/mpl/xplor/raw/9844f21704b8/xplor.png "screenshot"
to open the current working directory, or
to open a specific directory.
Xplor is `go get`able:
go get -u git.sr.ht/~mkhl/xplor