Sunflower – A small, highly configurable file manager

Conclusions

The maintainer of Sunflower, Mladen Mijatov, says his program is at an early stage of development. Nevertheless, he has created an interesting tool that does not close, but definitely reduces, the gap between the terminal and the GUI. It will be exciting to be seen how far and how quickly he implements and releases the announced changes.

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