GNU Midnight Commander (also referred to as MC) is a user shell with text-mode full-screen interface. It can be run on the OS console, in xterm and other terminal emulators.
GNU Midnight Commander allows you to manage files while making most of you screen and giving you a clear representation of the filesystem, yet it’s simple enough to be run over a telnet or ssh session.
Next to official release of stable sources, this universal binary (i386, ppc) built (without source code modification) and linked with following libraries:
– gettext v0.18.1.1
– glib v2.21.6
– pkg-config v0.23
Configured with options: –disable-dependency-tracking –disable-shared –with-screen=ncurses –with-vfs –enable-vfs-mcfs –with-edit –without-x –with-subshell –enable-charset –enable-extcharset –enable-background –enable-netcode
[~/Development/porting/mc ] $mc -V GNU Midnight Commander 4.8.0 Built with GLib 2.21.6 Using the ncurses library With builtin Editor With subshell support as default With support for background operations With mouse support on xterm With internationalization support With multiple codepages support Virtual File Systems: cpiofs, tarfs, sfs, extfs, ftpfs, fish Data types: char: 8; int: 32; long: 32; void *: 32; size_t: 32; off_t: 64;
This release requires Mac OS X 10.4 or newer, and tested on 10.5 Leopard (PPC), 10.6 Snow Leopard and 10.7 Lion.
Original sources: www.midnight-commander.org